The following steps will quickly deploy a Rancher server on Outscale in a single-node K3s Kubernetes cluster, with a single-node downstream Kubernetes cluster attached.
The intent of these guides is to quickly launch a sandbox that you can use to evaluate Rancher. These guides are not intended for production environments. For comprehensive setup instructions, see Installation.
Deploying to Outscale will incur charges.
- Outscale Account: You will require an account on Outscale as this is where the server and cluster will run.
- Outscale Access Key: Use these instructions to create an Outscale Access Key if you don't have one.
- Terraform: Used to provision the server and cluster in Outscale.
Clone Rancher Quickstart to a folder using
git clone https://github.com/rancher/quickstart.
Go into the Outscale folder containing the Terraform files by executing
terraform.tfvarsand customize the following variables:
access_key_id- Outscale access key
secret_key_id- Outscale secret key
rancher_server_admin_password- Admin password for created Rancher server
- `region` - Outscale region, choose the closest instead of the default (`eu-west-2`)
- `prefix` - Prefix for all created resources
- `instance_type` - Instance type, minimum required is `tinav3.c2r4p3`
To initiate the creation of the environment, run
terraform apply --auto-approve. Then wait for output similar to the following:
Apply complete! Resources: 21 added, 0 changed, 0 destroyed.
rancher_node_ip = xx.xx.xx.xx
rancher_server_url = https://rancher.xx.xx.xx.xx.sslip.io
workload_node_ip = yy.yy.yy.yy
rancher_server_urlfrom the output above into the browser. Log in when prompted (default username is
admin, use the password set in
ssh to the Rancher Server using the
id_rsakey generated in
Two Kubernetes clusters are deployed into your Outscale account, one running Rancher Server and the other ready for experimentation deployments. Please note that while this setup is a great way to explore Rancher functionality, a production setup should follow our high availability setup guidelines. SSH keys for the VMs are auto-generated and stored in the module directory.
Use Rancher to create a deployment. For more information, see Creating Deployments.
Destroying the Environment
terraform destroy --auto-approve.
Wait for confirmation that all resources have been destroyed.