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Run Fn Functions on K8s on Google Cloud Platform by Eugene Fedorenko

Juergen Kress
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Recently, I have been playing a lot with Functions and Project Fn. Eventually, I got to the point where I had to go beyond a playground on my laptop and go to the real wild world. An idea of running Fn on a K8s cluster seemed very attractive to me and I decided to do that somewhere on prem or in the cloud.  After doing some research on how to install and configure K8s cluster on your own on a bare metal I came to a conclusion that I was too lazy for that. So, I went (flew) to the cloud.
In this post I am going to show how to run Fn on Kubernetes cluster hosted on the Google Cloud Platform. Why Google? There are plenty of other cloud providers with the K8s services.
The thing is that Google really has Kubernetes cluster in the cloud which is available for everyone. They give you the service right away without asking to apply for a preview mode access (aka we'll reach out to you once we find you good enough for that), explaining why you need it, checking your background, credit history, etc. So, Google.
Once you got through all formalities and finally have access to the Google Kubernetes Engine, go to the Quickstarts page and follow the instructions to install Google Cloud SDK.
If you don't have kubectl installed on your machine you can install it with gcloud:

gcloud components install kubectl

Follow the instructions on Kubernetes Engine Quickstart to configure gcloud and create a K8s cluster by invoking the following commands: Read the complete article here.

 

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