Deploying a Kubernetes cluster with kubeadm on top of Vagrant Boxes on VMware Fusion

Yesterday, I utilized Vagrant to deploy three VMs on my laptop through VMware Fusion. Now, I’m gearing up to configure a Kubernetes cluster for testing and study purposes—ideal for when I’m on the move or when my primary lab isn’t accessible. With these VMs in place, I’ll designate one as the master node and the remaining two as workers. Following standard Kubernetes setup procedures, I’ll initialize the master node, join the workers, and it will be ready to begin deploying and testing applications within this simulated cluster environment. Vagrant’s convenience lies in its ability to swiftly recreate these VMs and experiment with diverse configurations without impacting my primary setup. This flexibility proves invaluable for testing and learning experiences. Before starting Read More / Ler Mais