May 14, 2020

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Kubernetes as a Service

repo name oneinfra/oneinfra
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created 2020-02-01
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oneinfra is a Kubernetes as a Service platform. It empowers you to provide or consume Kubernetes clusters at scale, on any platform or service provider. You decide.

Cluster list Cluster details

Read more about its design here.

Managed Kubernetes versions

Kubernetes version Deployable with Default in
1.15.12 20.05.0-alpha14 Build Status
1.16.9 20.05.0-alpha14 Build Status
1.17.5 20.05.0-alpha14 Build Status
1.18.2 20.05.0-alpha14 20.05.0-alpha14 Build Status
1.19.0-alpha.3 20.05.0-alpha14 Build Status


The oneinfra installation has several components:

  • oi: oneinfra main CLI tool. This binary allows you to join new worker nodes, generate administrative kubeconfig files…

  • oi-local-hypervisor-set: allows you to create fake hypervisors running as docker containers. This command is only meant to be used in test environments, never in production.

  • oi-manager is oneinfra’s Kubernetes controller manager. The oi-manager is released as a container image and published in the Docker Hub.

  • oi-console is oneinfra’s web console living in a separate repository. The oi-console is released as a container image and published in the Docker Hub. It is optional to deploy.

From released binaries

$ wget -O oi
$ chmod +x oi
$ wget -O oi-local-hypervisor-set
$ chmod +x oi-local-hypervisor-set

You can now move these binaries to any place in your $PATH, or execute them with their full path if you prefer.

As an alternative you can install from source if you prefer.

Lightning-quick start

  • Requirements
    • Docker
    • kind
    • kubectl
    • oi-local-hypervisor-set

On a Linux environment, execute:

$ curl | sh

After the script is done, you will be able to access your oneinfra demo environment in http://localhost:8000 and log in with username sample-user with password sample-user.

Quick start

If you prefer to run the quick start yourself instead of the lightning quick start, follow the instructions here.

Joining worker nodes to a managed cluster

You can read more details about the worker joining process here.


oneinfra is licensed under the terms of the Apache 2.0 license.

Copyright (C) 2020 Rafael Fernández López <>

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