Skaffold with Quarkus and Kubernetes

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Ronald Koster

Suppose you are testing a set of Quarkus based microservices. They run as Docker images inside a Kubernetes cluster on your local machine, e.g. using MiniKube or Rancher Desktop. At some point you find a bug in one of the services, or you find that you need an extra logging in code. Now you would like to quickly modify the code and redeploy it in your Kubernetes cluster. Typically your Docker image is build using a build pipeline on a build server, which may take several minutes. Can this be done any faster and easier? With Skaffold you can!

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