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As part of the Debug 101 series, we’re back hunting a small but annoying bug. This kind of bug is not really a bug, but a side effect of several tools working together. Here comes trouble I deploy a development version of Pipeline on a Kubernetes cluster running on top of AWS infrastructure. For this deployment I use the following Helm chart command. $: helm install --name pipeline banzaicloud-stable/pipeline-cp \ --set=drone.
At Banzai Cloud we are building a cloud agnostic, open source next generation CloudFoundry/Heroku-like PaaS, Pipeline, while running several big data workloads natively on Kubernetes. Apache Kafka is one of the cloud native workloads we support out-of-the-box, alongside Apache Spark and Apache Zeppelin. If you’re interested in running big data workloads on Kubernetes, please read the following blog series as well. Apache Kafka on Kubernetes series: Kafka on Kubernetes - using etcd Monitoring Apache Kafka with Prometheus Kafka on Kubernetes with Local Persistent Volumes Kafka on Kubernetes the easy way