Tag: k0s

Kubernetes Cheat Sheet

Often you know what you want to do, you just can't remember the vocabulary or syntax for how to do it. This Kubernetes cheat sheet is designed to help solve that problem. Kubernetes provides a way to orchestrate containers to provide a robust, cloud native environment. The architecture looks something like this: Kubernetes Terms  Terms with which you should be familiar: Cluster - …

The Future of OpenStack Webinar Q&A: Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes

A few weeks ago, Mirantis Field CTO Shaun O’Meara and Systems Architect Oleskii Kolodiazhnyi presented a webinar about the future of OpenStack, featuring an overview and demo of Mirantis’ latest OpenStack solution: Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes (MOS).  During the course of the webinar, we received a lot of great questions from the audience. In this post, we’ve included those questions, providing …

K0S – Zero-Friction Kubernetes, now in General Release

The lightweight, single-binary, open source Kubernetes for IoT and datacenter has earned its first major version designation. Recent features include kube-router as default CNI, arm32 support, backups, and a simple but powerful new lifecycle manager! "K0S was engineered to be modern and simple to run anywhere," says Miska Kaipiainen, project founder. "What people call 'lightweight' — which is, I guess, generally …

How to set up k0s Kubernetes:  A quick and dirty guide

For a couple of weeks now, we’ve been talking about the k0s project, a simple way to get Kubernetes up and running.  In this quick and dirty guide, we’ll give you all the background you need to get started.

Congratulations to the K0s team on their new Kubernetes distribution!

We’ve got a lot going on here at Mirantis, and one thing that’s flown under the radar is the K0s project, a real game-changer of a small, fast, robust, easy-to-use Kubernetes distribution.