Simple Kubernetes Config for your PHP 8.3 and Symfony App

This is a general overview and some tips on how to get started to use Kubernetes for spinning a PHP 8.3 pods on a Symfony application

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First, you will need to have a Kubernetes cluster set up and running. If you don't have one already, you can use a tool like minikube to set up a local cluster for testing and development.

Once you have a cluster running, you can create a Kubernetes deployment to manage the PHP 8.3 pods and the Symfony application. The deployment will define the number of replicas, the container image to use, and any necessary environment variables or config maps.

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Redouane Belhamissi
Director of Engineering

Redouane is co-Leading the Platform team, his role at Future is to build, maintain and expand our Vanilla Platform.

His main focuses are on the performance and High scalability of the architectures.

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