Fling: Kubewise

The engineers from VMware created a new cool fling, Kubewise. If you want to get in contact with the engineers who created it or download it, go to https://flings.vmware.com/kubewise. You can run this tool on Microsoft Windows, Linux, or Apple Macbook. Summary Kubewise is a simple multi-platform desktop client for Kubernetes┬«. In the same way … Read moreFling: Kubewise

k3s: Enable Traefik dashboard

If you install k3s with the default settings it also installs Traefik as a load balancer. Traefik also offers a dashboard which is very easy to enable. If you go on your k3s machines to the path /var/lib/rancher/k3s/server/manifests you can find their traefik.yaml. To enable the Traefik dashboard you have to add dashboard.enabled: “true” to … Read morek3s: Enable Traefik dashboard

KubeCon | CloudNativeCon Europe 2019

As I already explained in my earlier post, this was my first KubeCon | CloudNativeCon that I attended. What I liked about KubeCon was the diversity in sessions and that it was often a difficult choice per time slot which session to attend. For me this congress was next to attending sessions also about networking … Read moreKubeCon | CloudNativeCon Europe 2019

k3s: Kubernetes Dashboard + load balancer

In my post about first experience with k3s I blogged about setting up my k3s based cluster on Raspberry PI’s. Since that post I have added two more nodes Raspberry Pi’s and also updated to the 0.3.0 version of k3s. Next step for me was getting the Kubernetes Dashboard up and running. I used the … Read morek3s: Kubernetes Dashboard + load balancer

k3s: release v0.2.0 released

Rancher has released v0.2.0.of k3s. Information of the new release is in this article. As soon as I have some time and I have added two extra nodes to the cluster, I’m going to add the cluster to my Rancher server. I have upgraded my Raspberry Pi’s to v0.2.0. The process of upgrading is really … Read morek3s: release v0.2.0 released

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