This page explains various methods of installation for Furiko.
The primary distribution channel for Furiko's releases is on the GitHub Releases page. Do keep an eye on that page for latest updates for Furiko.
This guide assumes the following prerequisites:
- You have a working Kubernetes cluster.
- Your Kubernetes cluster has a CNI plugin installed, such as Calico.
- You can connect to the cluster with credentials with sufficiently high privileges to install resources. See Advanced Installation for a detailed description of the resources that need to be installed.
The recommended approach to use the distributed YAML manifests on the GitHub Releases page, and using
kubectl to install the manifests provided.
The following command installs the Furiko Execution component in a single line:
kubectl apply -f https://github.com/furiko-io/furiko/releases/download/v0.2.0/furiko-execution.yaml
Refer to the GitHub Releases page for a full list of available releases.
The Furiko core components will be installed in the
furiko-system namespace. To see all resources that were installed, use
kubectl -n furiko-system get all:
$ kubectl -n furiko-system get all
NAME READY STATUS RESTARTS AGE
pod/execution-controller-6d78b46c6c-67j5s 2/2 Running 0 101m
pod/execution-webhook-6f66d5f75c-5bjwz 2/2 Running 0 101m
pod/execution-webhook-certgen-4pnz5 0/2 Completed 0 9s
NAME TYPE CLUSTER-IP EXTERNAL-IP PORT(S) AGE
service/execution-webhook-metrics-service ClusterIP 10.96.240.36 <none> 8443/TCP 101m
service/execution-webhook-service ClusterIP 10.96.83.234 <none> 443/TCP 101m
NAME READY UP-TO-DATE AVAILABLE AGE
deployment.apps/execution-controller 1/1 1 1 101m
deployment.apps/execution-webhook 1/1 1 1 101m
NAME DESIRED CURRENT READY AGE
replicaset.apps/execution-controller-6d78b46c6c 1 1 1 101m
replicaset.apps/execution-webhook-6f66d5f75c 1 1 1 101m
NAME COMPLETIONS DURATION AGE
job.batch/execution-webhook-certgen 1/1 2s 9s
We have just installed the
execution-webhook Deployments. Once running the cluster can accept and reconcile Execution CRDs. More information can be found in the Architecture section of the documentation.
For advanced use cases, Furiko also offers manual installation methods. However, it is recommended to use the YAML method of installation and fixing any issues there, instead of performing a full manual installation below.
See the guide on Advanced Installation for more details.