From nothing all the way up to an application running in your cluster with SSL and all
It’s easy to get lost in the sheer complexity that’s involved in creating a kubernetes cluster from scratch. This post is what I would have like to read while making my own cluster on bare metal with a configuration that’s working fine for my production needs. We will be working on:
- creating a kubernetes cluster from scratch
- deploy an application that will be accessible from the internet with SSL and all. So let’s get started: Step 1: Provision the servers & dependencies: To run a kubernetes cluster, you need some machines and an SSH connection to each of them. For the sake of this post, I’m using the quite awesome hertzner cloud where I’ve created 3 servers. For easier reference, I’ve named those machines after the awesome rick & morty serie: echo "ip_of_master rick.node" >> /etc/hosts echo "ip_of_woker1 morty.node" >> /etc/hosts echo "ip_of_woker2 summer.node" >> /etc/hosts We want...