Using kind to create and onboard a cluster

In this section we will use kind to create a quick kubernetes cluster on local and then use it to provision applications and deploy machine learning model.

Installing kind

For kind to work you must have docker installed on your local. Check Docker installation here


brew install kind


choco install kind


curl -Lo ./kind
chmod +x ./kind
sudo mv ./kind /usr/local/bin/kind

You can refer to kind installation for more information

Creating the cluster

kind create cluster --name truefoundry-kind

Run this command to verify

kubectl cluster-info --context kind-truefoundry-kind

Follow Connect cluster docs to connect your cluster and start using it.