I’ve been using AWS EKS (Elastic Kubernetes Service) and Docker for desktop which also has Kubernetes, but I realized I’ve never actually built a Kubernetes cluster from scratch. So I decided to build one on a Raspberry Pi cluster. Why you ask? Because it looks way cooler sitting on my desk then just doing it in vSphere and I can post pictures. If you would like to build your own Kubernetes Raspberry Pi Cluster, this is how I did it. What I used: 4 – Raspberry PI Model 3 B 1 – Sabrent 5 port USB Power 1 – Trendnet 5 poer Ethernet switch 1 – iUniker Raspberry Pi Cluster…
In this bonus episode of the Learning Happy Hour, Mitch and Jason from Palo Alto Network interview me about what it takes to design and run PRCCDC.