Install Kubernetes yourself
Canonical has developed multiple installation paths to get you up and running with Kubernetes based on your needs.
Three ways to install Kubernetes
Try it locally
For a simple all-in-one installation on your local machine in under 60 seconds, try microk8s.
Deploy to your cluster
For a guided cluster installation on any cloud or data center from the CLI, try conjure-up kubernetes.
Getting Started with The Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes
Install on your local machine
Canonical has developed microk8s, a simple, streamlined mechanism to get Kubernetes setup on any desktop. Microk8s is quick to install and has a small footprint suitable for local development and testing.
Install on a physical cluster
Deploy on an OpenStack cloud using MAAS to provision the physical servers and conjure-up to install OpenStack and Kubernetes.
Before you start, you’ll want this eBook
This eBook is designed to help telecom executives understand industry best practices as they move towards ‘cloudification’ of their network infrastructure.
Download this whitepaper to learn:
- The background and timeline to the development of containers and the most recent technology that has led to the proliferation of containers on the Linux platform
- The differences between and advantages and disadvantages of process containers and machine containers
- About the two main software tools (Docker and LXD) that are used to manipulate containers
- Why containers present a new opportunity for the CTO to reduce cost, to increase agility, and to move to a more scalable and resilient architecture
- How to recognise that some use cases are better suited to containers than others