After rigorous planning, testing and creating a ton of new files and architecture, I migrated theĀ Test and Stage environments of my application to Kubernetes – EKS (Elastic Kubernetes Service) in particular. I used Jenkins to build the application, stored the images in Elastic Container Registry (ECR) and deploy the containers in EKS clusters.

All the time spent for meticulous customization ensured that there was a lot of room for expansion and could accommodate more services as the application grew.