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Get Started with Azul Platform Prime in a Kubernetes Cluster

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These instructions introduce you to the quick and easy process of installing an Azul Platform Prime Docker image to a Kubernetes cluster.

Creating a Pod with Containerized Azul Platform Prime

Create a pod with Azul Platform Prime in a Docker container using the ConfigMap:

$ cat <<EOF > azul.yaml $ apiVersion: v1 $ kind: Pod $ metadata: $ name: azul-pod $ spec: $ containers: $ - name: azul-pod $ image: azul/prime $ envFrom: $ - configMapRef: $ name: azul-config $ EOF $ kubectl apply -f azul.yaml

You are now ready to start running your Java applications using the containerized Azul Platform Prime deployed on a Kubernetes cluster.