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Kubernetes Cluster API Provider IBM Cloud

Powered by IBM Cloud


This repository hosts a concrete implementation of an IBM Cloud provider for the cluster-api project.

What is the Cluster API Provider IBM Cloud

The Cluster API brings declarative, Kubernetes-style APIs to cluster creation, configuration and management. The API itself is shared across multiple cloud providers allowing for true IBM Cloud hybrid deployments of Kubernetes.

Documentation

Please see our book for in-depth documentation.

Launching a Kubernetes cluster on IBMCloud

Check out the Cluster API IBMCloud Quick Start for launching a cluster on IBMCloud.

Compatibility with Cluster API and Kubernetes Versions

This provider's versions are compatible with the following versions of Cluster API:

v1alpha3 (v0.3) v1alpha4 (v0.4) v1beta1 (v1.x)
IBMCloud Provider v1alpha4 (v0.1)
IBMCloud Provider v1beta1 (v0.2, main)

(See Kubernetes support matrix of Cluster API versions).

Community, discussion, contribution, and support

If you have questions or want to get the latest project news, you can connect with us in the following ways:

  • Chat with us on the Kubernetes Slack in the #cluster-api-ibmcloud channel
  • Subscribe to the SIG Cluster Lifecycle Google Group for access to documents and calendars
  • Join our Weekly meeting sessions where we share the latest project news, demos, answer questions, and triage issues
    • Biweekly on Friday @ 09:00 IST on Zoom
    • Previous meetings: [ notes ]

Pull Requests and feedback on issues are very welcome! See the issue tracker if you're unsure where to start, especially the Good first issue and Help wanted tags, and also feel free to reach out to discuss.

See also our contributor guide and the Kubernetes community page for more details on how to get involved.

Code of conduct

Participation in the Kubernetes community is governed by the Kubernetes Code of Conduct.