If you’ve been waiting for the perfect Kubernetes dev solution for macOS, the wait is over. Learn how to install Microk8s on macOS.
If you’re a developer, chances are good you use open source software and your platform of choice could be macOS. Chances are also good that you’re developing for the cloud. You put those pieces together and the need for a tool like Microk8s would be quite handy.
Fortunately, Microk8s has finally arrived for macOS.
I’m going to walk you through the process of installing Microk8s on macOS–specifically, macOS 10.15.5.
The only thing you’ll need to install Microk8s on macOS is a laptop or desktop running at least Yosemite.
What is Microk8s?
By definition, Microk8s is a CNCF certified upstream Kubernetes deployment, capable of running entirely on a workstation or edge device. Microk8s runs all Kubernetes services natively, while packing the entire set of libraries and binaries needed.
In other words, it’s an easy way to run Kubernetes on your desktop for development and testing purposes.
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