There are multiple guides on running Kubernetes with CoreOS.
These guides are maintained by CoreOS and deploy Kubernetes the “CoreOS Way” with full TLS, the DNS add-on, and more. These guides pass Kubernetes conformance testing and we encourage you to test this yourself.
Guide and CLI tool for setting up a multi-node cluster on AWS. CloudFormation is used to set up a master and multiple workers in auto-scaling groups.
Guide and HTTP/API service for PXE booting and provisioning a multi-node cluster on bare metal. Ignition is used to provision a master and multiple workers on the first boot from disk.
Guide to setting up a multi-node cluster on Vagrant. The deployer can independently configure the number of etcd nodes, master nodes, and worker nodes to bring up a fully HA control plane.
The quickest way to set up a Kubernetes development environment locally.
As easy as
vagrant up and configuring
A generic guide to setting up an HA cluster on any cloud or bare metal, with full TLS. Repeat the master or worker steps to configure more machines of that role.
These guides are maintained by community members, cover specific platforms and use cases, and experiment with different ways of configuring Kubernetes on CoreOS.
Scripted installation of a single master, multi-worker cluster on GCE. Kubernetes components are managed by fleet.
Configure a Vagrant-based cluster of 3 machines with networking provided by Weave.
Configure a single master, multi-worker cluster locally, running on your choice of hypervisor: VirtualBox, Parallels, or VMware
Guide to running a solo cluster (master + worker) controlled by an macOS menubar application. Uses xhyve + CoreOS under the hood.
Guide to running a single master, multi-worker cluster controlled by an macOS menubar application. Uses Vagrant under the hood.
Configure a single master, single worker cluster on VMware ESXi.
Configure a standalone Kubernetes or a Kubernetes cluster with Foreman.
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