Deploy a Production Ready Kubernetes Cluster with graphical interface.
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Project Breeze is an open source trusted solution allow you to create Kubernetes clusters on your internal, secure, cloud network with graphical user interface.
Easy to run: Breeze combines all resources you need such as kubernetes components images, ansible playbooks for the deployment of kubernetes clusters into a single docker image (wise2c/playbook). It also works as a local yum repository server. You just need a linux server with docker and docker-compose installed to run Breeze.
Simplified the process of kubernetes clusters deployment: With a few simple commands, you can get Breeze running, and then finish all the other deployment processes by the graphical interface.
Support offline deployment: After 4 images (playbook, yum-repo, pagoda, deploy-ui) have been loaded on the deploy server, kubernetes clusters can be setup without internet access. Breeze works as a yum repository server and deploys a local Harbor registry and uses kubeadm to setup kubernetes clusters. All docker images will be pulled from the local Harbor registry.
Support multi-cluster: Breeze supports multiple kubernetes clusters deployment.
Support high available architecture: With Breeze, you can setup kubernetes clusters with 3 master servers and 3 etcd servers combined with haproxy and keepalived. All worker nodes will use the virtual floating ip address to communicate with the master servers.
breeze: Ansible playbook for deployments of docker, harbor, haproxy+keepalived, etcd, kubernetes.
yum-repo: Yum repository for docker, docker-compose, kubelet, kubectl, kubeadm, kubernetes-cni etc,.
deploy-ui: Graphical user interface.
pagoda: Server offers the API to operate Ansible playbooks.
kubeadm-version: Get k8s components images version list by command "kubeadm config"
Install & Run
Deploy server: docker 1.13.1+ and docker-compose 1.12.0+ .
Kubernetes cluster server: CentOS 7.4/7.5/7.6 is required and minimal installation mode is recommended.
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