In a follow-up to the “Running Axon Server” series (part 1, part 2, and part 3), I’ve posted a new Blog on Revisiting Axon Server in Containers, with the focus on running it in Kubernetes. It discusses the deployment model of Kubernetes, where it fits well with Axon Server EE clusters, and especially where it needs extra attention. It discusses the “Singleton StatefulSet” deployment model, Persistent Volumes, file-based backups, and Backup Nodes. I also touch upon Helm charts and standard Docker images.
Read and Enjoy!