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Introduction to Infrastructure as Code with Terraform and Packer
2 projects | dev.to | 2 Jan 2022
K8s cluster with OCI free-tier and Raspberry Pi4 (part 1)
5 projects | dev.to | 15 Feb 2023
After you've cloned the repo, go to oci/terraform.tfvars and edit all values with the ones from your notes file. This build uses the great terraform configuration files from this repo of garutilorenzo (using version 2.2; if you have errors running all of this, you should check what changed in this repo since v2.2, or 01.02.23). You can read here if you want to customize your configuration and edit the main.tf file. This is the diagram that garutilorenzo made and how your deployment will look like (this tutorial is without Longhorn and ArgoCD, with 1 server nodes + 3 worker nodes and with ingress controller set as Traefik): *note - I've got some problems with clock of WSL2 not being synced to Windows clock. And provisioning didn't worked so if you receive clock errors too, verify your time with datecommand, if out of sync just run sudo hwclock -s or sudo ntpdate time.windows.com. Now just run terraform plan and then terraform apply. If everything was ok you should have your resources created.
Deploy Kubernetes (K8s) on Amazon AWS using mixed on-demand and spot instances
7 projects | dev.to | 14 Apr 2022
We use the same stack used in this repository. This stack need longhorn and nginx ingress.
Deploy a Kubernetes cluster for free, using K3s and Oracle always free resources
4 projects | dev.to | 22 Feb 2022
Var Required Desc region yes set the correct OCI region based on your needs availability_domain yes Set the correct availability domain. See how to find the availability domain compartment_ocid yes Set the correct compartment ocid. See how to find the compartment ocid cluster_name yes the name of your K3s cluster. Default: k3s-cluster k3s_token yes The token of your K3s cluster. How to generate a random token my_public_ip_cidr yes your public ip in cidr format (Example: 195.102.xxx.xxx/32) environment yes Current work environment (Example: staging/dev/prod). This value is used for tag all the deployed resources compute_shape no Compute shape to use. Default VM.Standard.A1.Flex. NOTE Is mandatory to use this compute shape for provision 4 always free VMs os_image_id no Image id to use. Default image: Canonical-Ubuntu-20.04-aarch64-2022.01.18-0. See how to list all available OS images oci_core_vcn_cidr no VCN CIDR. Default: oci_core_vcn_cidr oci_core_subnet_cidr10 no First subnet CIDR. Default: 10.0.0.0/24 oci_core_subnet_cidr11 no Second subnet CIDR. Default: 10.0.1.0/24 oci_identity_dynamic_group_name no Dynamic group name. This dynamic group will contains all the instances of this specific compartment. Default: Compute_Dynamic_Group oci_identity_policy_name no Policy name. This policy will allow dynamic group 'oci_identity_dynamic_group_name' to read OCI api without auth. Default: Compute_To_Oci_Api_Policy kube_api_port no Kube api default port Default: 6443 public_lb_shape no LB shape for the public LB. Default: flexible. NOTE is mandatory to use this kind of shape to provision two always free LB (public and private) http_lb_port no http port used by the public LB. Default: 80 https_lb_port no http port used by the public LB. Default: 443 k3s_server_pool_size no Number of k3s servers deployed. Default 2 k3s_worker_pool_size no Number of k3s workers deployed. Default 2 install_longhorn no Boolean value, install longhorn "Cloud native distributed block storage for Kubernetes". Default: true longhorn_release no Longhorn release. Default: v1.2.3 unique_tag_key no Unique tag name used for tagging all the deployed resources. Default: k3s-provisioner unique_tag_value no Unique value used with unique_tag_key. Default: https://github.com/garutilorenzo/k3s-oci-cluster PATH_TO_PUBLIC_KEY no Path to your public ssh key (Default: "~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub) PATH_TO_PRIVATE_KEY no Path to your private ssh key (Default: "~/.ssh/id_rsa)
What are some alternatives?
oracle-cloud-terraform-examples - Oracle cloud terraform examples, provision oracle cloud resources using terraform
longhorn - Cloud-Native distributed storage built on and for Kubernetes
k3s-aws-terraform-cluster - Deploy an high available K3s cluster on Amazon AWS
terraform-oci-tdf-network-security - (OCI) Oracle Cloud Infrastructure module to manage security policies
terraform-hcloud-kube-hetzner - Optimized and Maintenance-free Kubernetes on Hetzner Cloud in one command!
terraform-azurerm-dynamic-subnets - Public Terraform Registry module to create dynamic subnets based on a subnet input config on an existing or new AZURE Virtual Network using Terraform
ingress-nginx - Ingress-NGINX Controller for Kubernetes
k8s-aws-terraform-cluster - Deploy an high available Kubernetes (k8s) cluster on Amazon AWS
terraform - Terraform enables you to safely and predictably create, change, and improve infrastructure. It is a source-available tool that codifies APIs into declarative configuration files that can be shared amongst team members, treated as code, edited, reviewed, and versioned.
eks-reference-architecture - Reference EKS architectures using https://github.com/terraform-aws-modules/terraform-aws-eks
flannel - flannel is a network fabric for containers, designed for Kubernetes