Deploying SQL Server To Minikube

Chris Adkin continues a series on Kubernetes with a look at Minikube:

Once the cluster is up, lets deploy a stand alone SQL Server instance to it, availability groups will be covered at a later date. To do this several different types of object will need to be created:

  • Storage objects; persistent volume claims, these will lead to the automatic creation of a persistent volumes.

  • A secret to hold the password for the sa account.

  • A deployment, this embodies the SQL Server instance.

  • A service, this provides the means of accessing the instance via an ip address and port from outside the cluster.

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