1. Can you make k3sup available in a docker image ? Shell script based installation is a bit iffy for most people (cannot version, lock, update easily). It may also make it possible to use Fargate to run k3s..which would be awesome.
2. Can you bake in metrics and setup HPA by default ? This is the most confusing part for most people. If you bake in advanced scaling stuff like AWS k8s node termination handler (https://twitter.com/schmutze/status/1192869032262684672?s=19) you will have my everlasting gratitude !
Docker does not automatically make software safe. If you do not know what is in the image you should assume that it is malicious as Docker images can gain root access to the host machine. I don’t see how a Docker image would be less “iffy” in terms of security or ease-of-use.
This is just a think wrapper for K3s, which already has a one-step installation and immediately provides a kubeconfig. Relying on this seems like unnecessary tech debt. It is simpler to just go straight to Rancher for K3s.
Then you can do `hyperctl.[sh/ps1] docker helm3 repo` and you have a local docker build & k8s helm deploy system for testing. (*docker w/o the docker desktop app!)
Worked flawlessly for me so far. https://github.com/youurayy/hyperctl