Tom visited the LearnLinuxTV studio recently to present Jay with an awesome gift – a 3D Printed Raspberry Pi Rack that he and his crew built! In this video, we’ll talk a bit about the build and give you our thoughts. This build is awesome!
Have you thought about setting up your very own Kubernetes cluster consisting of multiple Raspberry Pi’s? It’s not as hard as it sounds, and in this video, I’ll show you how to set it up. Although this video will show the process of creating a ten node cluster, you don’t have to have 10 nodes – as long as you have at least two, you’ll be all set. By the end of the video, you’ll have your very own Kubernetes cluster that will be ready to go for my upcoming Kubernetes tutorial series.
Kubernetes is a very powerful platform to scale your applications, as the lower resource usage of containers can give you greater efficiency. The Linode Kubernetes Engine allows you to easily deploy containers in the cloud, eliminating the need for you to maintain your own hardware for your Kubernetes stack. In this video, we’ll explore the Linode Kubernetes Engine, and walk through an example of not only deploying a pod, but also setting up persistent storage as well.
Kubernetes is a very powerful platform to scale your applications, and the Raspberry Pi is a low-cost computer with excellent power efficiency you can use to run tasks without breaking the bank. Canonical recently released Ubuntu 20.04, with full support for the Raspberry Pi. In this video, we take a look at how to create a Pi-powered Kubernetes cluster based on Ubuntu.