Kayak is a Kubernetes distribution that relies on the Docker Engine API to bootstrap a Kubernetes Control Plane using bootkube.
It can be used alongside the terraform-ignition-docker-api module to bootstrap a single node cluster on Core OS.
The name convention for kayak is to have a single name reserved for the cluster, and then have the following subdomains used accordingly. For eg, if you own
river.run, kayak will be configured as following:
||Assigned to the kubernetes controller server|
||Kubernetes Cluster Name|
||Docker CA Authority|
||Docker Client Certificate|