As talked about in yesterday’s post, Navops Launch has been validated as 5 times faster with 1/3 of the steps to install and configure a fully functioning container cluster that contains, Kubernetes and Docker all running on Fedora Atomic host machines.
Navops Launch was designed to make it easy and foolproof to create an on-demand Kubernetes-based container cluster. Our initial pre-release version shipped in November was ready-to-use on bare-metal resources. Today, with version 0.5 of our early access beta, you can now choose to build your Kubernetes cluster in the Google Cloud Platform from your notebook or a workstation.
This is a link to the full documentation describing the various installation options including bare-metal. In this blog I will describe the essential steps for a Google Cloud Platform installation in brief:
Image of Navops Launch after adding a master and a worker node.
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