Configuring Kubernetes 3 Node Cluster On CoreOS Kubelet, RKT, CNI – Part 4

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In the previous post I went through how to create the Kubernetes manifests, below I am continuing with the final Kubelet, rkt, cni configuration. I divided the Kubernetes configuration into parts outlined below (still working progress). Part 1: Initial setup – getting CoreOS, prepare SSL certificates, etc. Part 2: Configure Etcd key value store, Configure […]

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Configuring Kubernetes 3 Node Cluster On CoreOS Kubelet Manifests – Part 3

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In the previous post I went through how to configure Etcd and Flannel, below I am continuing with the Kubelet manifests configuration. I divided the Kubernetes configuration into parts outlined below (still working progress). Part 1: Initial setup – getting CoreOS, prepare SSL certificates, etc. Part 2: Configure Etcd key value store, Configure Flannel. Part […]

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Configuring Kubernetes 3 Node Cluster On CoreOS Etcd, Flannel – Part 2

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In the last post I went through how to generate the SSL certificates, below I am continuing with the Etcd configuration. I divided the Kubernetes configuration into parts outlined below (still working progress). Part 1: Initial setup – getting CoreOS, prepare SSL certificates, etc. Part 2: Configure Etcd key value store, Configure Flannel. Part 3: […]

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Configuring Kubernetes 3 Node Cluster On CoreOS Without Tectonic – Part 1

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Configuring a 3 node(master) Kubernetes cluster Below I am going to describe the process to install/configure a 3 node Kubernetes cluster. the configuration will contain 3 Kubernetes master nodes (i.e. controller, api, scheduler, proxy), I will also add 1 worker node(additional workers can be added as needed). Why not use Tectonic? Two reasons for that. […]

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Securing A Private Docker Registry By Using SSL, Tokens, LDAP – Part 3

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Securing Your Private Docker Registry by Tokens and LDAP In a recent article (part 1 and part 2), I discussed how to Build A High Availability Private Docker Registry. Below I am going to show you how to add Docker Auth/Tokens, TLS/SSL, LDAP, to your Private Docker Registry. Docker Token Authentication / Authorization (Over SSL) […]

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Using CoreOS, Minio(S3) To Build A Highly Available Private Docker Registry – Part 2

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High Availability For A Private Docker Registry – Architecture This is part two on how to configure Docker Registry in a High Availability configuration. To read part one click here. High Availability Docker Registry Digram Docker Swarm Configuration on CoreOS To configure Docker Swarm you will need minimum 3 nodes, below I will use the […]

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Using CoreOS, Minio(S3) To Build A Highly Available Private Docker Registry – Part 1

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High Availability For A Private Docker Registry – Architecture Below is an update on how to build a Private Docker Registry, the provisos article is available here – Gotchas / Tips Creating Your Own Private Docker Registry With Self Signed Certificate. High Availability Docker Registry Digram One of the consideration when configuring your private Docker […]

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Using Consul for Service Discovery in Multiple Data Centers – Part 2

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Consul configuration in a multi Data Center environment This is part two on how to configure Consul in a multi Data Center environment. Click here for part one. Consul Multi Data Center Diagram Verify your cluster configuration In the first part we successfully completed creating two separate data centers stand alone Consul environments. Below, we […]

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Using Consul for Service Discovery In Multiple Data Centers – Part 1

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Consul configuration in a multi Data Center environment Below I am going to describe how to use Consul Health Checking across Multiple Data Centers. A picture is worth a thousand words, the diagram below describes a high level overview of the Consul multi Data Center architecture. Consul Multi Data Center Diagram below are the highlights […]

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