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ElasticKube - The Kubernetes Management Platform

ElasticKube is an open source management platform for Kubernetes with the goal of providing a self-service experience for containerized applications.

Designed for Kubernetes

Kubernetes (https://github.com/kubernetes/kubernetes) is ready to serve your production workloads. ElasticKube provides the processes to manage Kubernetes workloads for complex organizations.

We designed ElasticKube with the following principles in mind:

  • non opinionated: unrestricted kubernetes experience
  • standardized: works in any kubernetes cluster
  • stateless: lifecycle and state is always stored in kubernetes
  • integrated: git, jenkins, sso authentication

Getting started

ElastiKube runs as a containerized application inside your Kubernetes cluster. To deploy ElasticKube the only requirement is access to a terminal with kubectl configured.

To install ElasticKube you can execute the build/deploy.sh deployment script, or execute the following command from the command line:

curl -s https://elastickube.com | bash

If you cluster kube-system namespace does not have a kubernetes service and a service account use the unsecure url by adding the -u parameter:

curl -s https://elastickube.com | bash -s -- -u http://<kube-apiserver>:8080

For example the default Azure scripts name the kube-api server 'kube-00', to deploy in such environment use the following command:

curl -s https://elastickube.com | bash -s -- -u http://kube-00:8080

Once ElasticKube is installed, please complete the onboarding process using the load balancer IP address produced by the installation script.

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