PKS 1.0 has gone GA on the 8 Feb 2018! Its kinda weird that there is not much announcement on the web.
I am super excited about PKS as it has native integration with NSX-T!
- Create, resize, delete, list, and show clusters through the PKS CLI
- Native support for NSX-T and Flannel
- Easily obtain kubeconfigs to use each cluster
- Use kubectl to view the Kubernetes dashboard
- Define plans that pre-configure VM size, authentication, default number of workers, and addons when creating Kubernetes clusters
- User/Admin configurations for access to PKS API
- Centralized logging through syslog
In the following blog post, I’m going to start blogging about my experience on installing PKS 1.0 on my existing NSX-T 2.1 setup. I think its going to be fun.