Kubernetes cluster made easy with Vagrant and CoreOS

Lately, I’ve been playing with Kubernetes. But it hasn’t been an easy ride! The guys running the project are really awesome and supportive, but they just can’t maintain documentation on the myriad of providers they’ve been able to use to provision a cluster.

Given this, I’ve tried to make it easy for people like me, the day-to-day developer that just wants to try out this amazing technology or develop apps on top of it. And so I did. Here you’ll find a quick and simple way to bootstrap a Kubernetes cluster on top of Vagrant (Virtualbox) and CoreOs.

Give it a spin and let me know what you think.


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