[DOC] document arvados-kubernetes
Updated by Peter Amstutz over 5 years ago
Install options chart¶
- Are we still using "Curoverse" branding for the Arvados support subscription, there's been some ongoing confusion that "Curoverse" now refers to Curoverse Research?
- The "Demo" column is all "yes" so I don't think it contributes anything
- Don't understand the difference is between "Workflow Development" and "Workflow QA/QC" columns.
- "Arvados Software Development" column header is sort of ambiguous, maybe call it "Developing Arvados" ?
- The last row for "Cluster operations subscription" should be all "yes" even if the last two columns don't totally make sense
2 While Arvados on Kubernetes is not yet ready for production use, it is being developed toward that goal
2 Arvados on Kubernetes is under development and not yet ready for production use
Arvados on Kubernetes¶
Reminder that in textile you need to use @-signs around quoted code, not backticks.
If that does not describe your environment, please see the "GKE":#GKE or "Minikube":#Minikube sections below to get set up with Kubernetes."
If you do not have a Kubernetes cluster already set up, you can use "Minikube":#Minikube for single node development and testing, "Google Kubernetes Engine":#GKE at scale, or another Kubernetes solution.
Maybe move the GKE and Minikube instructions to their own pages?
The "Install helm" section is missing a link to instructions to actually install helm (now I see it's down in the GKE/Minikube install sections, but I don't know if that's the right place for it.)
"determine the IP address..." can that be any more specific, is there a "kubectl" command to figure it out? It looks like the GKE instructions include getting the IP, but not the Minikube ones.