Guides for command-line
Level up your development with DevPod: Open-source tool
Discover DevPod, a powerful open-source tool for creating reproducible developer environments. Gain control, choose your infrastructure, and code efficiently with this flexible solution. Try it now!
Kubectl commands - a comprehensive guide
Get more productive with kubectl, the Kubernetes command-line tool. This guide covers setting up autocompletion, managing contexts and configuration, working with namespaces, troubleshooting pods, and more.
Civo CLI has global options that can be used in conjunction with all commands
GitOps on Kubernetes using Gimlet CLI - Part 2
In this guide you will learn how to use GitOps to deliver your applications to a staging and a production environment on a Civo Kubernetes cluster. As a bonus, you will also learn how to create preview environments for your feature branches.
GitOps on Kubernetes using Gimlet CLI - Part 1
Learn how to use GitOps and Gimlet CLI to deploy and manage applications on Civo Kubernetes. Follow this step-by-step tutorial for seamless GitOps deployment and efficient application management.
HashiCorp Waypoint from code to cloud in minutes
Discover how HashiCorp Waypoint simplifies the application build, deploy, and release process. Streamline your development workflow and save time with this powerful tool.
How to get to grips with your Kubernetes clusters on the command line
Streamline your Kubernetes management with command line tools and aliases. A guide on simplifying the user experience and making cluster management more efficient
Kubernetes Cluster Administration Using Civo CLI
This guide will run through the functionality of the Civo CLI tool from the perspective of Kubernetes cluster management, starting from set-up for your account, and finishing at deleting your clusters.
Creating a cluster: the path to success
Creating a Civo Kubernetes Cluster takes around 1 minute if you know which commands to use and buttons to press. This guide will showcase three different ways to create a Kubernetes Cluster
Launching compute instances
You can create an instance (virtual machine) directly from the Civo web interface by following these steps