Go k3s

Open-source Go projects categorized as k3s

Top 12 Go k3 Projects

  • colima

    Container runtimes on macOS (and Linux) with minimal setup

    Project mention: Trying Finch and introduce containerd | dev.to | 2022-12-01

    The author uses a Mac and uses Docker Desktop or colima x Docker CLI to realize a Docker development environment. Dcoker Desktop uses an internal HyperKit (macOS hypervisor) to launch a Linux VM and run dockerd in it. Docker Desktop is based on Lima, and it generates Lima configuration files, and it is used to run Linux.

  • homelab

    Modern self-hosting infrastructure, fully automated from empty disk to operating services with a single command.

    Project mention: Kubernetes dev homelab & NAS | reddit.com/r/homelab | 2022-12-03

    So I 've got inspired by https://github.com/khuedoan/homelab and initially after lurking this sub for a while I came up with a plan to consider some of these solutions: - openmediavault as a VM to use 2x4TB /w ext4 & mergerFS or TrueNAS in RAID1 - I think mergerFS gives more options to increase storage with extra drives later, but I don't plan to hoard lots of data. Also rather opted for tiered cache via SSD to save some power but if such lot of VMs would write this would work? - nextcloud VM to easiely manage files via browser and have mobile app sync for photos with some kind of gallery plugins etc - I think this may be optional if there's other solution as nextcloud seems to not be light. Or something like Seafile would be enough? - kubernetes - k3s/microk8s single VM node or 2 VM nodes - would I need more? and so - can then openmediavault be used as a storage for it like TrueNAS? - Rancher - if used k3s - I quite liked the UI of rancher desktop, more than portainer when I tried with microk8s, but I don't pass on using something else, eg. Lens - Gitea - for hosting code - tekton / teamcity - for running tests and commit build hooks - fluxCD / argoCD - for deploying builds to kubernetes

  • InfluxDB

    Build time-series-based applications quickly and at scale.. InfluxDB is the Time Series Data Platform where developers build real-time applications for analytics, IoT and cloud-native services in less time with less code.

  • k3sup

    bootstrap K3s over SSH in < 60s 🚀

    Project mention: Best way to install and use kubernetes for learning | reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 2022-11-12

    Best way to install it is ketchup: https://github.com/alexellis/k3sup

  • k3d

    Little helper to run CNCF's k3s in Docker

    Project mention: Kubernetes: Multi-cluster communication with Flomesh Service Mesh (Part 2) | dev.to | 2022-12-02

    In this demo, we will be using k3d a lightweight wrapper to run k3s (Rancher Lab’s minimal Kubernetes distribution) in docker, to create 4 separate clusters named control-plane, cluster-1, cluster-2, and cluster-3 respectively.

  • arkade

    Open Source Marketplace For Kubernetes

    Project mention: is their any tools that simplifies the process of adding tools inside kuberneetes | reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 2022-10-06

    I strongly discourage actually using such a tool in a professional setting for a host of reasons but that is exactly what https://github.com/alexellis/arkade appears to be going for.

  • vcluster

    vcluster - Create fully functional virtual Kubernetes clusters - Each vcluster runs inside a namespace of the underlying k8s cluster. It's cheaper than creating separate full-blown clusters and it offers better multi-tenancy and isolation than regular namespaces.

    Project mention: Open source KaaS | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 2022-11-26

    What would these clusters be used for? If it's just for dev and CI then check out vcluster. But it's probably not the best choice for some mission-critical workloads.

  • openelb

    Load Balancer Implementation for Kubernetes in Bare-Metal, Edge, and Virtualization

    Project mention: My LFX Mentorship experience with OpenELB | dev.to | 2022-10-06

    My project was "CNCF - OpenELB: Provide the OpenELB Web UI for managing EIP and IP pool". I had to develop a web console for creating and managing the OpenELB resources. Now you might be wondering what is OpenELB. Well, OpenELB is an open-source load balancer implementation designed for exposing the LoadBalancer type of Kubernetes services in bare metal, edge, and virtualization environments. You can learn more about it here https://openelb.io/. Here's the project URL https://github.com/openelb/openelb. It is a sandbox project in CNCF.

  • Zigi

    Delete the most useless function ever: context switching.. Zigi monitors Jira and GitHub updates, pings you when PRs need approval and lets you take fast actions - all directly from Slack! Plus it reduces cycle time by up to 75%.

  • zarf

    DevSecOps for Air Gap & Limited-Connection Systems. https://zarf.dev/

    Project mention: GitHub - defenseunicorns/zarf: K8s Airgap Buddy | reddit.com/r/devopsish | 2022-01-02
  • autok3s

    Run K3s Everywhere

    Project mention: Quickly create K3s cluster and add K3s nodes with GUI Tool using AutoK3s (Installation guide in WSL) | dev.to | 2022-07-10

    curl https://github.com/cnrancher/autok3s/releases/download/v0.5.1/autok3s_linux_amd64 --create-dirs -o ~/bin/autok3s

  • kubefire

    KubeFire 🔥, creates and manages Kubernetes Clusters using Firecracker microVMs

    Project mention: KubeFire : Créer et gèrer des clusters Kubernetes en utilisant des microVMs avec Firecracker … | dev.to | 2022-11-11

    [email protected]:~# kubefire install INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:13Z] downloading https://raw.githubusercontent.com/innobead/kubefire/v0.3.8/scripts/install-prerequisites.sh to save /root/.kubefire/bin/v0.3.8/install-prerequisites.sh force=false version=v0.3.8 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] running script (install-prerequisites.sh) version=v0.3.8 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] running /root/.kubefire/bin/v0.3.8/install-prerequisites.sh version=v0.3.8 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + TMP_DIR=/tmp/kubefire INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] ++ go env GOARCH INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] ++ echo amd64 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + GOARCH=amd64 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + KUBEFIRE_VERSION=v0.3.8 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + CONTAINERD_VERSION=v1.6.6 + IGNITE_VERION=v0.10.0 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + CNI_VERSION=v1.1.1 + RUNC_VERSION=v1.1.3 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + '[' -z v0.3.8 ']' + '[' -z v1.6.6 ']' + '[' -z v0.10.0 ']' + '[' -z v1.1.1 ']' + '[' -z v1.1.3 ']' INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] ++ sed -E 's/(v[0-9]+\.[0-9]+\.[0-9]+)[a-zA-Z0-9\-]*/\1/g' INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] +++ echo v0.3.8 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + STABLE_KUBEFIRE_VERSION=v0.3.8 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + rm -rf /tmp/kubefire INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + mkdir -p /tmp/kubefire INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + pushd /tmp/kubefire /tmp/kubefire /root INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + trap cleanup EXIT ERR INT TERM INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + check_virtualization + _is_arm_arch INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + uname -m INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + grep aarch64 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + return 1 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + lscpu INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + grep 'Virtuali[s|z]ation' INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] Virtualization: VT-x Virtualization type: full INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + lsmod INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + grep kvm INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] kvm_intel 372736 0 kvm 1028096 1 kvm_intel INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + install_runc + _check_version /usr/local/bin/runc -version v1.1.3 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + set +o pipefail + local exec_name=/usr/local/bin/runc + local exec_version_cmd=-version + local version=v1.1.3 + command -v /usr/local/bin/runc + return 1 + _is_arm_arch INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + uname -m INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + grep aarch64 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + return 1 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + curl -sfSL https://github.com/opencontainers/runc/releases/download/v1.1.3/runc.amd64 -o runc INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + chmod +x runc INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + sudo mv runc /usr/local/bin/ INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + install_containerd + _check_version /usr/local/bin/containerd --version v1.6.6 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + set +o pipefail + local exec_name=/usr/local/bin/containerd + local exec_version_cmd=--version + local version=v1.6.6 + command -v /usr/local/bin/containerd + return 1 + local version=1.6.6 + local dir=containerd-1.6.6 + _is_arm_arch INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + uname -m INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + grep aarch64 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + return 1 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:14Z] + curl -sfSLO https://github.com/containerd/containerd/releases/download/v1.6.6/containerd-1.6.6-linux-amd64.tar.gz INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:15Z] + mkdir -p containerd-1.6.6 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:15Z] + tar -zxvf containerd-1.6.6-linux-amd64.tar.gz -C containerd-1.6.6 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:15Z] bin/ bin/containerd-shim INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:15Z] bin/containerd INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:16Z] bin/containerd-shim-runc-v1 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:16Z] bin/containerd-stress INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:16Z] bin/containerd-shim-runc-v2 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:16Z] bin/ctr INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] + chmod +x containerd-1.6.6/bin/containerd containerd-1.6.6/bin/containerd-shim containerd-1.6.6/bin/containerd-shim-runc-v1 containerd-1.6.6/bin/containerd-shim-runc-v2 containerd-1.6.6/bin/containerd-stress containerd-1.6.6/bin/ctr INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] + sudo mv containerd-1.6.6/bin/containerd containerd-1.6.6/bin/containerd-shim containerd-1.6.6/bin/containerd-shim-runc-v1 containerd-1.6.6/bin/containerd-shim-runc-v2 containerd-1.6.6/bin/containerd-stress containerd-1.6.6/bin/ctr /usr/local/bin/ INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] + curl -sfSLO https://raw.githubusercontent.com/containerd/containerd/v1.6.6/containerd.service INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] + sudo groupadd containerd INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] + sudo mv containerd.service /etc/systemd/system/containerd.service INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] ++ command -v chgrp INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] ++ tr -d '\n' INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] + chgrp_path=/usr/bin/chgrp INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] + sudo sed -i -E 's#(ExecStart=/usr/local/bin/containerd)#\1\nExecStartPost=/usr/bin/chgrp containerd /run/containerd/containerd.sock#g' /etc/systemd/system/containerd.service INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] + sudo mkdir -p /etc/containerd INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] + containerd config default INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] + sudo tee /etc/containerd/config.toml INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] + sudo systemctl enable --now containerd INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] Created symlink /etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants/containerd.service → /etc/systemd/system/containerd.service. INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] + install_cni + _check_version /opt/cni/bin/bridge --version v1.1.1 + set +o pipefail INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] + local exec_name=/opt/cni/bin/bridge + local exec_version_cmd=--version + local version=v1.1.1 + command -v /opt/cni/bin/bridge INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] + return 1 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] + mkdir -p /opt/cni/bin INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] + local f=https://github.com/containernetworking/plugins/releases/download/v1.1.1/cni-plugins-linux-amd64-v1.1.1.tgz + _is_arm_arch INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] + uname -m INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] + grep aarch64 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] + return 1 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] + curl -sfSL https://github.com/containernetworking/plugins/releases/download/v1.1.1/cni-plugins-linux-amd64-v1.1.1.tgz INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:17Z] + tar -C /opt/cni/bin -xz INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:19Z] + install_cni_patches + _is_arm_arch INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:19Z] + uname -m INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:19Z] + grep aarch64 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:19Z] + return 1 + curl -o host-local-rev -sfSL https://github.com/innobead/kubefire/releases/download/v0.3.8/host-local-rev-linux-amd64 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:19Z] + chmod +x host-local-rev INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:19Z] + sudo mv host-local-rev /opt/cni/bin/ INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:19Z] + install_ignite + _check_version /usr/local/bin/ignite version v0.10.0 + set +o pipefail INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:19Z] + local exec_name=/usr/local/bin/ignite + local exec_version_cmd=version + local version=v0.10.0 + command -v /usr/local/bin/ignite + return 1 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:19Z] + for binary in ignite ignited + echo 'Installing ignite...' INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:19Z] Installing ignite... INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:19Z] + local f=https://github.com/weaveworks/ignite/releases/download/v0.10.0/ignite-amd64 + _is_arm_arch INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:19Z] + uname -m INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:19Z] + grep aarch64 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:19Z] + return 1 + curl -sfSLo ignite https://github.com/weaveworks/ignite/releases/download/v0.10.0/ignite-amd64 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:20Z] + chmod +x ignite INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:20Z] + sudo mv ignite /usr/local/bin INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:20Z] + for binary in ignite ignited + echo 'Installing ignited...' Installing ignited... + local f=https://github.com/weaveworks/ignite/releases/download/v0.10.0/ignited-amd64 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:20Z] + _is_arm_arch INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:20Z] + grep aarch64 + uname -m INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:20Z] + return 1 + curl -sfSLo ignited https://github.com/weaveworks/ignite/releases/download/v0.10.0/ignited-amd64 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:21Z] + chmod +x ignited INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:21Z] + sudo mv ignited /usr/local/bin INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:21Z] + check_ignite + ignite version INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:21Z] Ignite version: version.Info{Major:"0", Minor:"10", GitVersion:"v0.10.0", GitCommit:"4540abeb9ba6daba32a72ef2b799095c71ebacb0", GitTreeState:"clean", BuildDate:"2021-07-19T20:52:59Z", GoVersion:"go1.16.3", Compiler:"gc", Platform:"linux/amd64", SandboxImage:version.Image{Name:"weaveworks/ignite", Tag:"v0.10.0", Delimeter:":"}, KernelImage:version.Image{Name:"weaveworks/ignite-kernel", Tag:"5.10.51", Delimeter:":"}} INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:21Z] Firecracker version: v0.22.4 INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:21Z] + create_cni_default_config INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:21Z] + mkdir -p /etc/cni/net.d/ INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:21Z] + sudo cat INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:21Z] + popd /root + cleanup INFO[2022-11-11T11:46:21Z] + rm -rf /tmp/kubefire

  • kairos

    :penguin: The immutable Linux meta-distribution for edge Kubernetes.

    Project mention: Immutable, Linux Meta-Distribution | news.ycombinator.com | 2022-11-19
  • falco-the-kubernetes-response-engine-using-openfaas-functions

    Demonstrating how you can take an action to your intrusions detected by Falco using OpenFaaS functions

NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2022-12-03.

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Index

What are some of the best open-source k3 projects in Go? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 colima 7,954
2 homelab 6,344
3 k3sup 4,903
4 k3d 3,970
5 arkade 3,188
6 vcluster 2,187
7 openelb 1,191
8 zarf 430
9 autok3s 404
10 kubefire 327
11 kairos 263
12 falco-the-kubernetes-response-engine-using-openfaas-functions 23
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