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Install your favourite Kubernetes applications in seconds.
Microfrontend deployments (Multiple Angular Frontends from a single portal) in Civo Kubernetes
Harvester is an Open source HCI (Hyper-converged software) that enables to create and manage virtual machines using the power of Kubernetes
Webkubectl - Running Kubectl commands from your web browser
Have you been using Ingresses since Kubernetes 1.19 and below? Then you will need to migrate your Ingresses before Kubernetes 1.22, and this guide covers the migration path.
Ketch works toward solving Kubernetes complexity by eliminating the need for writing YAML files and directly deploying applications onto a cluster.
We will use GitHub actions to deploy changes to a Hugo blog we will set up to Kubernetes using GitHub actions
Prometheus can be complicated to get started with. However it doesn't have to be and if you're monitoring Kubernetes, Prometheus is unparalleled.
Civo offers managed Kubernetes, meaning you do not have to configure your cluster’s setup from scratch every time you want to try something out.
A guide on how to deploy the Ghost blogging platform on Civo Managed Kubernetes
This tutorial will show you how to deploy your own registry on Kubernetes for storing Docker images. You will also learn how to set up TLS certificates which will be issued free from LetsEncrypt.com
Get started with Serverless with Kubernetes (k3s) and OpenFaaS. You'll get an account for Civo's cloud, provision a new VM, install k3s and then deploy OpenFaaS to start kicking the tires.
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