Building a blog on Civo k3s
A guide on how to deploy the Ghost blogging platform on Civo Managed Kubernetes
Deploying Applications Through the Civo Kubernetes Marketplace
We have developed a one-click install marketplace for Kubernetes applications. By following this guide, you will deploy a cluster, install an application from the marketplace, and verify it is working as expected.
Understanding Kubernetes Clusters With Octant
To understand how applications run on a Kubernetes cluster, we need to look under the hood. Helpfully, Octant is a tool for just that - it is an extensible management platform for your cluster that comes with highly-useful features out of the box
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.
Set Up a Private Docker Registry With TLS on 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
Cloud-Native stateful storage for Kubernetes with Rancher Labs' Longhorn
The big gorillas in our industry (such as Google and Amazon) have custom systems with their own scalable storage solutions to plug in, but what about for the dev clusters, the small shops, the tinkerers...
Deploy OpenFaaS with k3s on Civo
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.
Deploying a Rails App to a Kubernetes Cluster
Deploy a Dockerized Rails app to a Kubernetes cluster.
Introduction to Kubernetes concepts
Kubernetes is a platform for hosting a bunch of Applications in a highly fault tolerant and scalable way. Learn more about Kubernetes' constructs that allow this.
Getting started with Kubernetes
We get a lot of requests at Civo asking if we support containers such as "Docker" or "Kubernetes" and how do they integrate with our systems. The good news is I can confirm that we support containers on the Civo platform.
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
Benchmarking Kubernetes storage using Kubestr
Kubestr was introduced recently to solve the problem of choosing the right storage solution for your kubernetes cluster
Get up and running with Kubeflow on Civo Kubernetes
This guide is a 5 step process from zero to Notebook server via Kubeflow on Kubernetes
Checking how much you spend on Kubernetes using Kubecost
Learn how to maximize the efficiency of your Civo Kubernetes spend with the Kubernetes Cost Monitoring & Management platform Kubecost.