Defining your application¶
Kubernetes orchestrates containers. In order to deploy to NAIS, your application must thus be packaged into a container image.
This is usually done with Docker, so the following examples will showcase the use of Docker.
You will have to create your own
Dockerfile as the file is dependent on your application's technology stack and requirements.
Your application needs an associated manifest (typically referred to as a
nais.yaml) to run on NAIS.
See the NAIS documentation for a more thorough introduction to this manifest.
apiVersion: "nais.io/v1alpha1" kind: "Application" metadata: name: my-app namespace: my-team labels: team: my-team spec: image: europe-north1-docker.pkg.dev/nais-io/nais/images/testapp:sha-8c52673 ingresses: - my-app.our-domain.com port: 8080 prometheus: enabled: true path: /metrics replicas: min: 2 max: 4 resources: requests: cpu: 50m memory: 32Mi accessPolicy: inbound: rules: - application: another-app # allows access from another-app in same namespace outbound: rules: - application: some-app # allows access to some-app in some-ns namespace namespace: some-ns external: - host: some-api-provider.com # allows access to external endpoint
Created: November 29, 2023