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Install your favourite Kubernetes applications in seconds.
This guide showcases how you can set up Crossplane, install the Civo Crossplane Provider and spin-up a Kubernetes Cluster that is managed by Crossplane
A quick tutorial to demonstrate how to create a Kubernetes cluster using Civo's Terraform provider
Use the terraform provider of civo in GitHub Actions and S3 to save the state
This guide will guide you through the basic functionality of the Terraform Provider for Civo, allowing you to get started with provisioning Civo instances and services through Terraform files.
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
A guide on how to use LoadBalancer resources using the Civo Terraform provider