In first part of this post, we setup WSL2, Docker Desktop, Enabled Integration of WSL2 with Docker, Setup KinD cluster and spin up a single node and multi node cluster. Since 6 nodes HA cluster was too much for our learning needs, lets first delete it using
kind delete cluster --name multicluster and provision a fresh single node cluster for us.
Setup Kubernetes Dashboard
Some people like to see using visual mode, to get on started with things. For this, we can use Kubernetes Dashboard. To set it up, we can use below commands:
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Kubernetes has raced ahead of other container management platforms in last few years. However there remain difficulties in setup and running multi node clusters for developers to test their container workloads. Many organizations come around this by provisioning separate kubernetes clusters for devs. Some other go to the extent of provisioning one kubernetes cluster per developer. However it soon becomes additional hassle for devs and ops alike and also keeps contributing to company’s rising cost.
Minikube is one of solutions that can be used to solve this scenario but minikube is limited to single node setup. But to gain Kubernetes experience, most need to run multi node solutions or clusters. KinD is a tool which can be used for running local Kubernetes clusters using Docker container nodes. KinD was primarily designed for testing Kubernetes itself, but may be used for local development or CI.
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