This tutorial is obsolete, check the updated version of the tutorial

Back in September 2018 I published a tutorial to deploy Kubernetes on Jetstream using Kubernetes.

Software in the Kubernetes space moves very fast, so I decided to update the recipe to use the newer Kubespray 2.8.2 that deploys Kubernetes v1.12.5.

Please follow the old tutorial and note the updates below.

Switch to kubespray 2.8.2

Once you get my fork of kubespray with a few fixes for Jetstream:

git clone https://github.com/zonca/jetstream_kubespray

switch to the newer 2.8.2 version

git checkout -b branch_v2.8.2 origin/branch_v2.8.2

See an overview of my changes compared to the standard kubespray release 2.8.2.

Use Ansible 2.7.10

Newer versions of ansible do not work with Kubespray 2.8.2

It is available on conda-forge:

conda install -c conda-forge ansible==2.7.10

Use the new template

The name of my template is now just zonca instead of zonca_kubespray:

Before running Terraform, inside jetstream_kubespray, copy from my template:

export CLUSTER=$USER
cp -LRp inventory/zonca inventory/$CLUSTER
cd inventory/$CLUSTER

Explore kubernetes

In case you are interested in exploring some of the capabilities of Kubernetes, you can check the second part of my tutorial, nothing in this section is required to run JupyterHub.

Install JupyterHub

Finally you can use helm to install JupyterHub, see the last part of my tutorial.

Consider that I have updated the repository https://github.com/zonca/jupyterhub-deploy-kubernetes-jetstream to install the 0.8.0 version of the helm package just released yesterday, see their blog post with more details.

Thanks

Thanks to the Kubernetes, Kubespray and JupyterHub community for delivering great open-source software and to XSEDE for giving me the opportunity to work on this. Special thanks to my collaborators Julien Chastang and Rich Signell.