Install Multi-Node Kubernetes Cluster across multiple Docker Machines

Posted by: Seth Lakowske


This guide walks you through setting up a multi-node Kubernetes (k8s) cluster on your laptop or workstation. You'll need to install Docker Machine if you haven't already and it'll be handy to have Kubernetes client (kubectl) to verify the install. You'll also want more RAM where possible, the number of nodes on a laptop is typically contrained by available free memory (each machine consuming ~1GB RAM).


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More to come, till then checkout minikube and hyperkube in docker and CoreOS in Vagrant