Installing Kubernetes with RKE is easy, but when you cut the internet connection it becomes a bit tricky. RKE depends on a set of specific system images to work, so if you want to install RKE Kubernetes on edge computing in an air-gapped environment, you need to download these images and ship them to the site.


In this video, I will show you two scripts we've made that does just that. It's open source and free to use. You can download it from GitHub.

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Published: October 13, 2020

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