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Kubernetes on Raspbian

This repository holds the original tutorial for "Kubernetes on Raspbian" / Raspberry Pi by Alex Ellis

This guide is part of a larger blog post: Build your own bare-metal ARM cluster.

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Kubernetes on (vanilla) Raspbian Lite

Once you're up and running please share your clusters on Twitter with @alexellisuk.

You can also join the OpenFaaS Slack community's dedicated channel for ARM and Raspberry Pi #arm-and-pi. Just email alex at openfaas dot com for your invitation.


You're welcome to make use of this guide and to refer to it, but please do not copy it or pass it off as your own without giving attribution to the author(s). If you have suggestions or have found that some of the instructions have fallen out of date, then please see the Contributions section below on how to contribute.

Reader's clusters

Submit your cluster and description by creating a GitHub issue.

Adaptations / derived works


Contributions are welcome, but must be tested and justified.

Please make sure each commit is signed off with git commit -s (this means don't edit in the GitHub UI).

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