On Wed, Jun 21, 2017 at 01:00:00AM +0000, Justin W. Flory wrote:
I've been doing some work with Kubernetes lately, and thought it would
be a cool idea to run a series related to Kubernetes and Fedora targeted
towards beginners on the Magazine. The series starts by introducing key
concepts of Kubernetes and works its way towards hands-on activities.
I was hoping to make this a 3-4 part series. I have the first two
articles drafted and finished, although I'm still waiting for technical
feedback / review on the second. They're a little lengthy, so I wouldn't
mind having another couple of folks review for style / simplicity too.
=== Article 1: Introduction to Kubernetes with Fedora ===
This first post is an introduction to what Kubernetes is and what some
of the key concepts are.
From a technical standpoint, this one should be set, but if there's
anyone on the list that could technical review, I definitely wouldn't
mind another set of eyes. :)
=== Article 2: Clustered computing on Fedora with Minikube ===
This second post shows you how to build a single-node Kubernetes
deployment on your own computer.
Still waiting for a technical review on this one, but should be mostly
good. I was able to follow these steps on my F25 install.
= = =
I haven't decided on ideas for a third or fourth article yet, but if we
space these out over two weeks, I'm fairly certain I'll have an idea by
Any feedback or comments are welcome! Thanks.
I'm giving you a bonus +2 on this. Love the concept.
As I explained in IRC channel, and for benefit of folks on list:
Whenever possible, our historical position is to use built-in Fedora
capabilities. In this case, using KVM/libvirt as the hypervisor
technology. K8s will do other hypervisors too such as VBox but we
know from experience users they can bring additional cost (like a
If there's anyone else out there thinking about cloud/virt related
articles, definitely we would love to see those as well. KVM quality
is so high nowadays in terms of performance, so showing it off is
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