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README.md

Sugarkube

Sugarkube is an orchestrator that lets you create ephemeral Kubernetes clusters. With only a few commands you can launch and configure a Kubernetes cluster, install all your applications into it and create any required infrastructure. This lets you spin up and tear down clusters on-demand which is incredibly powerful. Sugarkube lets you automate the creation of Kubernetes clusters 100%. That includes setting up your cloud accounts (e.g. creating S3 buckets, encryption keys, DNS, etc.) and tearing it all down when you're done.

For more information see the complete documentation.

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