Setup for Tutorials¶
Setup common components that are required in Iter8 tutorials.
Local Kubernetes cluster¶
kind create cluster --wait 5m kubectl cluster-info --context kind-kind
Setting CPU and memory resources for your local K8s cluster
Iter8 tutorials in certain K8s environments, especially those involving Istio, require additional CPU and memory resources. You can set this as follows.
A Kind cluster inherits its CPU and memory resources of its host. If you are using Docker Desktop, you can set its resources as follows.
Set CPU and memory resources while starting Minikube as follows.
minikube start --cpus 8 --memory 12288
Iter8 Helm repo¶
Iter8 Helm repo contains Helm charts that support Iter8's Helmex tutorials. Get the repo as follows:
helm repo add iter8 https://iter8-tools.github.io/iter8/ --force-update