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How to Use Cloud-init to Self-Register k3OS Clusters to Rancherby@jdbohrman
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How to Use Cloud-init to Self-Register k3OS Clusters to Rancher

by James D. Bohrman4mNovember 12th, 2020
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The lightweight Kubernetes OS that is known as k3OS has quickly been gaining popularity in the cloud-native community as a compact and edge-focused Linux distribution that cuts the fat away from the traditional K8s distro. In this blog post, I’m going to walk you through a demo of how I helped to solve a puzzling issue with Powerflex’s edge k3 OS deployment. The optimization is going to explore is using cloud-init scripts to self-register k3os clusters to Rancher via the cloud API.

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