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logoTetrate Service BridgeVersion: 1.6.x

Deploy an Application

In this quickstart page, you're going to deploy a sample application in a demo TSB environment and validate the success using the TSB UI, and tctl commands.

Before you get started make sure that you:

✓ Familiarize yourself with TSB concepts including workspaces and groups
✓ Install the TSB demo

The TSB demo install will do everything for you, including onboarding a cluster and installing all the operators that you'll need. It will also provide you with the URL and admin login information to access the TSB UI.

Deploy Bookinfo application

You're going to use the classic Istio bookinfo application to test TSB's functionality.

Create the namespace bookinfo with istio-injection label:

kubectl create namespace bookinfo
kubectl label namespace bookinfo istio-injection=enabled

Deploy the bookinfo application:

kubectl apply -n bookinfo -f

Confirm your services are running

To confirm all of your services and pods are running, validate with:

kubectl get pods -n bookinfo

Expected output:

NAME                             READY   STATUS    RESTARTS   AGE
details-v1-5bc5dccd95-2qx8b 2/2 Running 0 38m
productpage-v1-f56bc8d5c-42kcg 2/2 Running 0 38m
ratings-v1-68f58946ff-vcrdh 2/2 Running 0 38m
reviews-v1-5976d456d4-nltg2 2/2 Running 0 38m
reviews-v2-57cf5b5488-rgq8l 2/2 Running 0 38m
reviews-v3-7745dbf976-4gnl9 2/2 Running 0 38m

Make sure you can access the bookinfo application

Confirm that you can access the bookinfo application:

kubectl exec "$(kubectl get pod -n bookinfo -l app=ratings -o jsonpath='{.items[0]}')"  \
-n bookinfo -c ratings -- curl -s productpage:9080/productpage | \
grep -o "<title>.*</title>"

You will see something similar to:

<title>Simple Bookstore App</title>