At the end of last summer Sitecore 10 has been released with a very detailed installation guide on how to deploy a containerized Sitecore application to the Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) and with a complete deployment package with Kubernetes specification files. In this blog post I am going to share how I approached my learning journey with Kubernetes and AKS, I will describe an issue that I encountered during the Sitecore installation and its resolution, and finally how you can save your money starting and stopping an existing Sitecore AKS cluster when needed.CONTINUE READING
The Sitecore Hackathon 2020 starts in less than 48 hours and I am getting ready to participate for my second consecutive year with my team, The Prod Squad. One important recommended task to execute before the contest starts is to setup a local development environment, installing the required version of the Sitecore platform. This year the implemented module should be based on Sitecore XP 9.3 and, if you are considering commerce, it should be based on Sitecore Experience Commerce 9.3.
I don’t know yet if we are going to develop a module on Sitecore Commerce this year, but last night I decided to get ready for it and try to install it on my laptop. I have done a good number of Sitecore Commerce 9.1 on-premises installations in the last few months and a lot of manual steps, hacks and fixes were involved to make the installation successful.
Last night I installed Sitecore Commerce 9.3 on my laptop and I managed the entire installation process, including prerequisites installation and parameters configuration, in less than 2 hours! I have encountered only a couple of issues during the installation process and I will describe them in this blog post, starting with some tips that will make your installation process smoother.CONTINUE READING