kubectl plugin to browse Kubernetes object hierarchies as a tree 🎄 (star the repo if you are using) - GitHub - ahmetb/kubectl-tree: kubectl plugin to browse Kubernetes object hierarchies as a tree 🎄 (star the repo if you are using)
FEATURE STATE: Kubernetes v1.15 [stable] Client certificates generated by kubeadm expire after 1 year. This page explains how to manage certificate renewals with kubeadm. It also covers other tasks related to kubeadm certificate management. Before you begin You should be familiar with PKI certificates and requirements in Kubernetes. Using custom certificates By default, kubeadm generates all the certificates needed for a cluster to run. You can override this behavior by providing your own certificates.
Welcome to Linkerd! 🎈 In this guide, we’ll walk you through how to install Linkerd into your Kubernetes cluster. Then we’ll deploy a sample application to show off what Linkerd can do. This guide is designed to walk you through the basics of Linkerd. First, you’ll install the CLI (command-line interface) onto your local machine. Using this CLI, you’ll then install the control plane onto your Kubernetes cluster. Finally, you’ll “mesh” a application by adding Linkerd’s data plane to it.
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