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Re: Canary release via Openshift

Every time you run a rolling deployment in OpenShift, a canary check runs by default:

In the future, we will (probably) natively support AB deployments: you will be able to specify a percentage of the new pods you want to run alongside your old pods w/o having to run two different deployment configs and mess with selectors.

On Thu, Aug 18, 2016 at 2:18 PM, Skarbek, John <John Skarbek ca com> wrote:

I don’t believe Openshift themselves have documentation covering this deployment method, however, kubernetes certainly does.


Selectors are a key component to enabling this functionality.

John Skarbek

On August 18, 2016 at 07:51:26, Ronan O Keeffe (ronanok donedeal ie) wrote:


Just wondering is it possible via OpenShift for us to do a canary release of an application? e.g. we put a new version of a component live alongside the old version and push a only (tweakable) subset of traffic to the new version? 

Ultimately I suppose we'd be running two different versions of the same service simultaneously. 

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