My home Kubernetes cluster ¶
... managed by Flux and serviced with RenovateBot
My home Kubernetes (k3s) cluster managed by GitOps (Flux2)
My cluster computing journey started last year when Jeff Geerling released his Turing Pi Cluster YouTube series . Now, I've always been into the Raspberry Pi ever since the release of version 1 and playing around with home networking projects such as running a Pi Hole server or a CUPS printer server, etc. The Turing Pi is a great "cheap" and compact way for my to branch out into cluster computing since I was tired of trying to remember which application I was running on which Raspberry Pi.
After getting the Turing Pi 1, I noticed that there weren't very many charts available period, let alone for
armv7 architectures. That led me into building my own Docker images and creating my Helm Charts repo which then led me to collaborating with the awesome [email protected] team. Now, here I am, rebuilding my cluster and diving into the GitOps world .
A lot of inspiration for my cluster came from the people that have shared their clusters over at awesome-home-kubernetes.
This project was started in 2021 by Nicholas Wilde.