Raspberry Pi Cluster Ep 3 – Installing Kubernetes (K3s) on the Turing Pi


    In this video, I show you how to find the new Raspberry Pis on your network and connect to them with SSH. Then I explain Kubernetes and the many different flavors of Kubernetes you could install on a Raspberry Pi.

    Finally, I set up Rancher’s K3s lightweight Kubernetes distribution on the Turing Pi cluster, make sure the cluster is working correctly, then show you how to shut down the cluster safely.

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    Transcript and links relating to topics discussed in the video are on my blog: https://www.jeffgeerling.com/blog/2020/pi-cluster-episode-3-installing-k3s-kubernetes-on-turing-pi


    00:00 – Intro
    01:08 – Use nmap to find your Pis
    04:01 – What’s Kubernetes?
    05:38 – Many ways to install K8s
    07:49 – Installing K3s
    10:57 – Running the k3s-ansible playbook
    13:53 – Connecting to the cluster with kubectl
    15:51 – Shut down all the Pis with Ansible
    16:54 – Outtro

    Mentioned in this video:

    Install Ansible: https://docs.ansible.com/ansible/latest/installation_guide/intro_installation.html

    Install kubectl: https://kubernetes.io/docs/tasks/tools/install-kubectl/

    Turing Pi: https://turingpi.com

    Kubernetes: https://kubernetes.io

    K3s: https://k3s.io


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