Kubernetes is widely used nowadays, but for the developers it's hard to test things locally, and many end up running single node setups. k3s is there to address this issue and provides lightweight stack to gain all advantages of the kubernetes with less efforts to run.
End goal is to get familiar with k3s and consider scenarios where it can be applied in our daily tasks, as well as share received experience with others, either by giving lightning talk or providing write-up.
Results are documented here: https://github.com/rwx788/exercises#k3sk3d I was able to easily launch kubernetes cluster with multiple nodes and run local docker registry to be used in the setup.
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Hack Week 20