So far, we have been running Kubernetes on our local machines. This does have some drawbacks, one of which is processing power. We are going to start looking at some more complex and powerful frameworks, so we need some additional power. Because of this, we are going to look at installing Kubernetes on a few different public clouds, each time using a different tool:
- Launching Kubernetes in DigitalOcean
- Launching Kubernetes in AWS
- Launching Kubernetes in Microsoft Azure
- Launching Kubernetes on the Google Cloud Platform
We will then take a look at the differences between public cloud providers and look at installing Kubeless on one of the platforms.