I've been using kind on ec2 for a while now because I was too lazy to work around issues I was having locally. I finally go around to writing a shell wrapper for kind today and would like to share.
If you have any issues please let me know!
Disclaimer: This has been tested to work on Fedora 33 only but should work on other systems (provided you have podman installed.
git clone https://github.com/rustysys-dev/kinp.git cd kinp # install main script to /usr/bin/kinp # installs library script to /usr/lib/kinp/libkinp sudo bash install
kinp is used exactly as you would kind. That being said, kinp will download all dependencies before running (provided they do not already exist).
- awscli (if AWS_ACCOUNT_ID env_var is set)
kinp create cluster
kubectl get nodes
kinp delete cluster
There you have it Kubernetes in Podman! If you have any questions or comments please let me know!