The installer for MicroK8s uses HomeBrew. If you don’t have the
brew command you can install it from the Homebrew website.
Download the MicroK8s installer
brew install ubuntu/microk8s/microk8s
Run the installer
Check the status while Kubernetes starts
microk8s status --wait-ready
Turn on the services you want
microk8s enable dashboard microk8s enable dns microk8s enable registry microk8s enable istio
microk8s enable --help for a list of available services built in. The
microk8s disable command turns off a service.
Start using Kubernetes!
microk8s kubectl get all --all-namespaces
Access the Kubernetes dashboard
Start and stop Kubernetes
Kubernetes is a collection of system services that talk to each other all the time. If you don’t need them running in the background then you will save battery/resources by stopping them. the
microk8s stopcommands will do the work for you.