Use Calico for NetworkPolicy
This page shows a couple of quick ways to create a Calico cluster on Kubernetes.
- Before you begin
- Creating a Calico cluster with Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE)
- Creating a local Calico cluster with kubeadm
- What's next
Before you begin
Decide whether you want to deploy a cloud or local cluster.
Creating a Calico cluster with Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE)
To launch a GKE cluster with Calico, just include the
gcloud container clusters create [CLUSTER_NAME] --enable-network-policy
gcloud container clusters create my-calico-cluster --enable-network-policy
To verify the deployment, use the following command.
kubectl get pods --namespace=kube-system
The Calico pods begin with
calico. Check to make sure each one has a status of
Creating a local Calico cluster with kubeadm
To get a local single-host Calico cluster in fifteen minutes using kubeadm, refer to the Calico Quickstart.
Once your cluster is running, you can follow the Declare Network Policy to try out Kubernetes NetworkPolicy.
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