As developers we constantly improve and refine our applications. One of the challenges we face is quickly iterating when working with container images and kubernetes deployments/pods.
For example, when we want to try a new image in a kubernetes pod, this image needs to be available on a private/public registry or on the nodes of the kubernetes cluster.
Sometimes we need to call extra commands such as
kind load docker-image or
minikube cache add <image> or publish the image first to a 3rd party registry.
You'll agree that trying out a new image in a Kubernetes pod should be as seamless as building the image itself.
In this blog post, we will explore the best practice for streamlining the image iteration process in Kubernetes with Podman Desktop.