Getting Started with KServe¶
Before you begin¶
KServe Quickstart Environments are for experimentation use only. For production installation, see our Administrator's Guide
Before you can get started with a KServe Quickstart deployment you must install kind and the Kubernetes CLI.
Install Kind (Kubernetes in Docker)¶
You can use
kind (Kubernetes in Docker) to run a local Kubernetes cluster with Docker container nodes.
Install the Kubernetes CLI¶
The Kubernetes CLI (
kubectl), allows you to run commands against Kubernetes clusters. You can use
kubectl to deploy applications, inspect and manage cluster resources, and view logs.
Install the KServe "Quickstart" environment¶
After having kind installed, create a
kind create cluster
kubectl config get-contexts
It should list out a list of contexts you have, one of them should be
kind-kind. Then run:
kubectl config use-context kind-kind
to use this context.
You can then get started with a local deployment of KServe by using KServe Quick installation script on Kind:
curl -s "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/kserve/kserve/release-0.11/hack/quick_install.sh" | bash