sealos is a cloud operating system distribution with Kubernetes as its kernel.
In the early stages, operatings systems have adopted a layered architecture, which later evolved into kernel architecture like Linux and Windows. With the emergence of container technologies, cloud OS will migrate to a "cloud kernel" architecture with strong cohesion in the future.
Embedded dashboard application
Embedded terminal application
Installing an HA kubernetes cluster with calico as CNI
calico:v3.22.1 are the cluster images in the registry which are fully compatible with OCI standard. Wonder if we can use flannel instead? Of course!
# Download and install sealos. sealos is a golang binary so you can just download and copy to bin. You may also download it from release page. $ wget https://github.com/labring/sealos/releases/download/v4.0.0/sealos_4.0.0_linux_amd64.tar.gz \ && tar zxvf sealos_4.0.0_linux_amd64.tar.gz sealos && chmod +x sealos && mv sealos /usr/bin # Create a cluster $ sealos run labring/kubernetes:v1.24.0 labring/calico:v3.22.1 \ --masters 192.168.64.2,192.168.64.22,192.168.64.20 \ --nodes 192.168.64.21,192.168.64.19 -p [your-ssh-passwd]
Building a custom cluster image
Storage, message queue, database, etc.
Don't be shocked by the following:
sealos run labring/helm:v3.8.2 # install helm sealos run labring/openebs:v1.9.0 # install openebs sealos run labring/minio-operator:v4.4.16 labring/ingress-nginx:4.1.0 \ labring/mysql-operator:8.0.23-14.1 labring/redis-operator:3.1.4 # oneliner
And now everything is ready.
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