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Creating GKE clusters with Duet AI


Creating GKE clusters with Duet AI

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Learn how to use Duet AI to create a GKE cluster in Google Cloud, deploy a sample web app, and more! Watch along as Daryl Ducharme walks through prompting Duet AI to help complete code and get started with Google Kubernetes Engine.

0:00 – Intro
0:06 – Exploring Kubernetes in Google Cloud
1:51 – Creating a GKE cluster in Autopilot mode
2:34 – Deploying a sample web application
3:54 – Planning a cluster upgrade strategy
4:25 – Wrap up

Prompts used in this video:
Prompt #1: How can I run Kubernetes on Google Cloud without having to own management of nodes and the control plane?
Prompt #2: Can you use Terraform to provision GKE clusters in Autopilot mode?
Prompt #3: How do I create a GKE Autopilot cluster?
Prompt #4: What is the command to create a GKE Autopilot cluster in my current project and in the us-central region named duet-ai-demo using the gcloud CLI?
Prompt #5: What is the kubectl command to create a deployment called hello-server for the image
Prompt #6: What is the kubectl command to expose this deployment on port 80 that targets port 8080 with a load balancer?
Prompt #7: What is the kubectl command to see the external IP address associated with this load balancer?
Prompt #8: How can I configure periods of time where GKE Autopilot will not perform maintenance or upgrades on my cluster nodes?
Prompt #9: How can I create a daily maintenance window from 22:00 to 0:200 using gcloud for my GKE Autopilot cluster named duet-ai-demo?

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Date: November 30, 2023