This blog post shows how a plain Kubernetes cluster is automatically created and configured on three arm64 devices using an orchestration tool called Ansible. The main focus relies on Ansible; other components that set up and configure the cluster are Docker, Kubernetes, Helm, NGINX, Metrics Server and Kubernetes Dashboard. Individual steps are covered more or less; the whole procedure follows three principles:Continue reading
If you have not read the first part, we recommend that you read it first. It covers the topics sandboxing and isolation using Linux kernel features. In this part we go one step further and show more tools — based on part one — that are used and find their way into a modern operating system.