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Installing Space Cloud on Kubernetes

The first step to start using Space Cloud is setting it up. Space Cloud requires several components to be running for proper functions. The most important components are:

  • Gateway: Responsible for ingress traffic and generation of REST / GraphQL APIs
  • Runner: Responsible for intra-cluster traffic and policy enforcement
  • Container Registry: Responsible for storing docker images. We won’t be needing this for local setup.

Luckily, we don’t have to interact with these components directly. Space Cloud ships with a utility named space-cli which bootstraps a cluster for us.

If you just want to use the Gateway component of Space Cloud directly, you can follow this guide instead.

Choosing a Installation Guide

There are many ways to get started with Kubernetes. Choose a guide which works for you best:

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