kubeform - Form your :boat: Kubernetes :anchor: cluster anywhere using CoreOS, Terraform and Ansible

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Deploy yourself a high-availability Kubernetes cluster, in minutes. Built on Terraform, CoreOS and Ansible.Our recipes for bootstrapping HA Kubernetes clusters on any cloud or on-premise.

https://capgemini.github.io/kubeform
https://github.com/Capgemini/kubeform

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