Most examples requires Kubernetes 1.5+ and PersistentVolumes are configured.
After running scripts namespace
cayley will be created and service with the same name will be available in cluster. Service is of type
ClusterIP by default. If you want to expose it, consider changing type to
This is a simplest possible configuration: single Cayley instance with persistent storage, using Bolt as a backend.
kubectl create -f ./docs/k8s/cayley-single.yml
This example is based on thesandlord/mongo-k8s-sidecar and runs Cayley on top of 3-node Mongo cluster.
kubectl create -f ./docs/k8s/cayley-mongo.yml
TODO: PostgreSQL, CockroachDB