Create a Self-Contained and Portable Kubernetes Cluster With K3S and Packer. In this article, we will build a virtual machine hosting a one-node Kubernetes cluster. A portable Kubernetes cluster for development or legacy infrastructure.
In this article, we will build a virtual machine hosting a one-node Kubernetes cluster.
Let’s start with a basic question: Why would you want a Kubernetes cluster running in a VM? Well, I see two reasons.
First, it’s an easy way to provide a shared low-cost cluster as a development environment in a few seconds. You just have to boot the VM, and voila: You have a fully functional cluster. You may not want to pay your cloud provider an expensive managed control plane for this use case.
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Kubernetes clusters are not exactly cheap, can be complex to set up, and operate properly. For this reason, you may be tempted to reserve “true” online Kubernetes clusters for running your production workloads and have clusters running locally for development purposes.