Multi-Cluster Management Advice

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Hi all, I created an account just to make this post. Disclaimer: This is a very broad request for general advice and experience. I have several small machines running in different clouds that I would like to treat as one kubernetes cluster which spans networks. I also don’t understand networking very well. Not a great combo. After doing research into “stretched networks” for kubernetes I found this was not a great idea. I was then put on the path of researching “federated kubernetes”. This leads me to believe I can run small, single-node clusters on my machines and then federate them to treat them as one cluster across networks. I see two projects for this: KubeFed and Fleet. I am wondering if anyone has advice/experience with this as well as any tips around networking security, since I am fairly new to networking and am just now uncovering the difficulties of cross-cluster communication. I am also looking for advice on single-node kubernetes distributions for this project. I am leaning towards k3s for this but know they pull out a lot of the internals of k8s so not sure if this will support it. However, all other small distributions (microk8s, kind, minikube) all require more memory than I would like to allocate. Too much overhead. TL;DR: Seeking guidance/advice on how to coordinate kubernetes workloads across small machines on different networks. Thank you! submitted by /u/yikes-sorry [link] [comments]

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