Hi Ashish, If you are looking for a solution to run Kubernetes on a single EC2 instance on AWS, you may try this: https://github.com/scholzj/aws-minikube. AFAIU, official Minikube has been designed to run Kubernetes on local machines using VirtualBox or any other virtualization system so it may not directly work on EC2.
Hi thiên, it’s really nice to hear from you! I think you can find the CA certificate and the private key as explained in the following post:https://stackoverflow.com/questions/44820100/how-do-i-get-the-certificate-authority-certificate-key-from-a-cluster-created-by
Hi Matt, it’s very nice to hear from you! A great question! As I understood that’s one of the strengths of kops. For an instance, we can execute following maintenance tasks with kops:
Hey Neven, it’s so nice to hear from you and sharing information on the small footprint PAS implementation. It’s so great to see the reduction of the number of VMs required for the PCF Elastic Runtime in that. I actually heard about it from Mikey and Alex from the Pivotal Engineering team and tried to install it on AWS but encountered few problems…
Hi Ashish, it’s nice to hear from you! You can use
--master-size parameter for specifying the instance type of the masters similar to the
--node-size parameter given in the
kops cluster create command for specifying the node size. You can find this information using the
kops cluster create --help command as shown below:
It’s nice to hear from you Arghya! I think you should be able to use a free wildcard DNS service such as http://xip.io. What I did was I created a new sub domain from one of my existing domain names and used that for the PCF installation. xip.io might work the same.
Thanks Mike for your feedback! Yes, definitely! Writing down such concepts makes us go through all the details, understand them well and easier to refer whenever needed. At the same time it may help others. Thanks again for your feedback!