Getting Started with KubernetesJanuary 26, 2019
The following posts are meant to get a beginner started with the process of understanding Kubernetes. They include basic level information to start understanding the concepts of the Kubernetes service and include both theory and examples.
To follow along with the series, a Kubernetes cluster should be deployed and admin permissions are needed to perform many of the steps. If you wish to follow along with each of the posts, a cluster with cloud provider integration may be needed. In some cases we need a Load Balancer and elastic storage options.
If you would like to follow along, there is a github project corresponding to this guide to save from copying and pasting code snippets.
Setup a Kubernetes Cluster – Pick 1 Option
- Using Kubeadm to deploy Kubernetes on CentOS7
- Setup Amazon EKS with a Windows Client
- Setup AWS EKS with a Mac Client