Version: v0.1.0-alpha.5

Install on Minikube

The simplest way to provision a localhost cluster is through minikube.

Step 1: Install minikube

Please follow the minikube official documentation to install minikube.

Step 2: Start a minikube cluster

It recommended to use 8G memory and 4 core cpu to test kalm with. You can always adjust resources based on your environment.

minikube start --memory 8192 --cpus 4

After the cluster is up and running. Open a new terminal and type the following command. You may be prompted to enter your password.

minikube tunnel

This creates a route to services deployed with type LoadBalancer and sets their Ingress to their ClusterIP.

Step 2: Install Kalm

Once the cluster is setup, install Kalm with the following command:

curl -sL https://get.kalm.dev | bash

To enable localhost access, open a port via:

kubectl port-forward -n kalm-system \
$(kubectl get pod -n kalm-system \
-l app=kalm \
-ojsonpath="{.items[0].metadata.name}") \
3010:3010

Now open http://localhost:3010/ - you can now play around with Kalm on your localhost cluster!

Clean Up

Delete the cluster after you're finished testing.

minikube delete

Next Step

You've now setup Kalm on a minikube cluster. To get a greater sense of how Kalm works, see the Hello Kalm tutorial.

Last updated on by Scott Winges