Kubernetes in Dockerkid -
Launch Kubernetes 1.3 in Docker in one
kid up command.
❱ kid kid is a utility for launching Kubernetes in Docker Usage: kid [command] Available commands: up Starts Kubernetes in the Docker host currently configured with your local docker command down Tear down a previously started Kubernetes cluster restart Restart Kubernetes
Linux - Local Docker
On Linux kid will launch Kubernetes using the local Docker Engine.
macOS - Docker Machine or Docker for Mac
On macOS kid will start Kubernetes in the boot2docker VM if there is an active Docker Machine. kid then sets up port forwarding so that you can use kubectl locally without having to ssh into boot2docker.
If kid detects a local installation of Docker for macOS, it uses that instead.
In order for
kid to operate you must have installed the following and have the commands available on your
- kubectl - (Linux | macOS[https://kubernetes.io/docs/tasks/tools/install-kubectl/#install-kubectl-binary-via-curl]
- docker - (Linux | macOs)[https://www.docker.com/community-edition#/download]
- socat - (macOs)[http://brewformulas.org/Socat]
kid also sets up: