Create and Connect to Cluster

JFrog Integrations Documentation

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A Kubernetes cluster is not required for the integration; instead, the reference pipeline uses a containerized application and uses Helm for deployments.

This demo uses Google GKE using the default settings from the Google console.

  • cluster-version 1.20.8

  • 3 nodes (12GB 6 CPU) machine-type "e2-medium"

Once the cluster is provisioned, use the google console web console to run these commands to configure kubectl to connect and view the cluster nodes.

gcloud container clusters get-credentials <CLUSTER NAME> --zone <ZONE> --project <PROJECT>

kubectl get nodes