This tutorial will guide you through the installation of the Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes® with a few simple commands using conjure-up.
The Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes®
In partnership with Google, Canonical now delivers a ‘pure K8s’ experience, tested across a wide range of clouds and integrated with modern metrics and monitoring.
The Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes works across all major public clouds and private infrastructure, enabling your teams to operate Kubernetes clusters on demand, anywhere.
conjure-up lets you easily deploy and configure complex big-software solutions on public clouds, private clouds and developer laptops.
What you’ll learn
- How to install software using a conjure-up spell
- The simplest way to install The Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes
What you’ll need
A Linux system with snapd installed
For cloud deployment
Account credentials for one of the following public cloud providers: - AWS - Azure - CloudSigma - Google - Joyent
For local deployment
Although this tutorial will assume a public cloud installation, if you wish to install locally the following minimum specifications are recommended: - 2 cores - 16G RAM - 32G Swap - 250G SSD with a separate block device for ZFS. Our recommendation for that device is 100G.
Kubernetes® is a registered trademark of The Linux Foundation in the United States and other countries, and is used pursuant to a license from The Linux Foundation