Kubeadm is a tool that enables Kubernetes administrators to quickly and easily bootstrap minimum viable clusters that are fully compliant with Certified Kubernetes guidelines. It’s been under active development by SIG Cluster Lifecycle since 2016 and graduated it from beta to generally available (GA) at the end of 2018.
With this important GA milestone behind us, the kubeadm team is now focused on the stability of the core feature set and working on maturing existing features.
Automated support for High Availability clusters is graduating to Beta in kubeadm v1.15. But how does automated High Availability work in kubeadm?
Lucas Käldström, Kubernetes SIG lead, subproject owner, and CNCF Ambassador, will walk you through how to bootstrap a highly-available cluster, and other significant improvements made in the v1.15 release of Kubernetes and kubeadm.