In this tutorial we will be creating a Kubernetes Cluster on Civo using Terraform and use the local provider to save the kubeconfig to a local file.
Today we will explore persistent storage for Cassandra on Kubernetes with OpenEBS. If you want to follow along, you can sign up with them to get your account created: What will be doingWe will be deploying a k3s distribution of
In this post we will setup a CI/CD framework with Drone-CI (awesome lightweight container-native continuous integration, continuous delivery platform which is built on Go), Gitea (self-hosted Git platform which is built on Go), Postgres to persist our config and
In this tutorial I will show you how to deploy Jenkins on Civo's Kubernetes Marketplace, and also demonstrate persisting your Jenkins builds using Longhorn, which is a distributed block storage system for Kubernetes. To follow along in this tutorial, you
Provision a Kubernetes ClusterCreate a civo kubernetes cluster: $ civo kubernetes create --size=g2.small --nodes 3 --version 0.9.1 --applications Longhorn --wait Building new Kubernetes cluster rebel-comrade: Done Created Kubernetes cluster rebel-comrade in 02 min 03 sec Append the
Hook up your application to Traefik's Reverse Proxy on Kubernetes using Civo's Kubernetes as a Service offering. And see how easy it is.
In this tutorial, I will show you the incredible speed when deploying a Kubernetes cluster on Civo. In fact, I will start my kettle and before it's finished boiling my cluster will already be waiting for me to deploy workloads.
In this post we will be test driving Civo's new managed Kubernetes service, which is powered by k3s from Rancher. Note, that this is the first k3s managed offering which is currently (2020/05) in beta, which is pretty awesome
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