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Karmada

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Karmada: Open, Multi-Cloud, Multi-Cluster Kubernetes Orchestration

Karmada (Kubernetes Armada) is a Kubernetes management system that enables you to run your cloud-native applications across multiple Kubernetes clusters and clouds, with no changes to your applications. By speaking Kubernetes-native APIs and providing advanced scheduling capabilities, Karmada enables truly open, multi-cloud Kubernetes.

Karmada aims to provide turnkey automation for multi-cluster application management in multi-cloud and hybrid cloud scenarios, with key features such as centralized multi-cloud management, high availability, failure recovery, and traffic scheduling.

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Karmada is a sandbox project of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF).

Why Karmada:

  • K8s Native API Compatible

    • Zero change upgrade, from single-cluster to multi-cluster
    • Seamless integration of existing K8s tool chain
  • Out of the Box

    • Built-in policy sets for scenarios, including: Active-active, Remote DR, Geo Redundant, etc.
    • Cross-cluster applications auto-scaling, failover and load-balancing on multi-cluster.
  • Avoid Vendor Lock-in

    • Integration with mainstream cloud providers
    • Automatic allocation, migration across clusters
    • Not tied to proprietary vendor orchestration
  • Centralized Management

    • Location agnostic cluster management
    • Support clusters in Public cloud, on-prem or edge
  • Fruitful Multi-Cluster Scheduling Policies

    • Cluster Affinity, Multi Cluster Splitting/Rebalancing,
    • Multi-Dimension HA: Region/AZ/Cluster/Provider
  • Open and Neutral

    • Jointly initiated by Internet, finance, manufacturing, teleco, cloud providers, etc.
    • Target for open governance with CNCF

Notice: this project is developed in continuation of Kubernetes Federation v1 and v2. Some basic concepts are inherited from these two versions.

Architecture

Architecture

The Karmada Control Plane consists of the following components:

  • Karmada API Server
  • Karmada Controller Manager
  • Karmada Scheduler

ETCD stores the karmada API objects, the API Server is the REST endpoint all other components talk to, and the Karmada Controller Manager perform operations based on the API objects you create through the API server.

The Karmada Controller Manager runs the various controllers, the controllers watch karmada objects and then talk to the underlying clusters' API servers to create regular Kubernetes resources.

  1. Cluster Controller: attach kubernetes clusters to Karmada for managing the lifecycle of the clusters by creating cluster object.

  2. Policy Controller: the controller watches PropagationPolicy objects. When PropagationPolicy object is added, it selects a group of resources matching the resourceSelector and create ResourceBinding with each single resource object.

  3. Binding Controller: the controller watches ResourceBinding object and create Work object corresponding to each cluster with single resource manifest.

  4. Execution Controller: the controller watches Work objects.When Work objects are created, it will distribute the resources to member clusters.

Concepts

Resource template: Karmada uses Kubernetes Native API definition for federated resource template, to make it easy to integrate with existing tools that already adopt on Kubernetes

Propagation Policy: Karmada offers standalone Propagation(placement) Policy API to define multi-cluster scheduling and spreading requirements.

  • Support 1:n mapping of Policy: workload, users don't need to indicate scheduling constraints every time creating federated applications.
  • With default policies, users can just interact with K8s API

Override Policy: Karmada provides standalone Override Policy API for specializing cluster relevant configuration automation. E.g.:

  • Override image prefix according to member cluster region
  • Override StorageClass according to cloud provider

The following diagram shows how Karmada resources are involved when propagating resources to member clusters.

karmada-resource-relation

Quick Start

This guide will cover:

  • Install karmada control plane components in a Kubernetes cluster which as known as host cluster.
  • Join a member cluster to karmada control plane.
  • Propagate an application by karmada.

Prerequisites

Install karmada control plane

1. Clone this repo to your machine:

git clone https://github.com/karmada-io/karmada

2. Change to karmada directory:

cd karmada

3. Deploy and run karmada control plane:

run the following script:

# hack/local-up-karmada.sh

This script will do following tasks for you:

  • Start a Kubernetes cluster to run the karmada control plane, aka. the host cluster.
  • Build karmada control plane components based on a current codebase.
  • Deploy karmada control plane components on host cluster.
  • Create member clusters and join to Karmada.

If everything goes well, at the end of the script output, you will see similar messages as follows:

Local Karmada is running.

To start using your karmada, run:
  export KUBECONFIG="$HOME/.kube/karmada.config"
Please use 'kubectl config use-context karmada-host/karmada-apiserver' to switch the host and control plane cluster.

To manage your member clusters, run:
  export KUBECONFIG="$HOME/.kube/members.config"
Please use 'kubectl config use-context member1/member2/member3' to switch to the different member cluster.

There are two contexts about karmada:

  • karmada-apiserver kubectl config use-context karmada-apiserver
  • karmada-host kubectl config use-context karmada-host

The karmada-apiserver is the main kubeconfig to be used when interacting with karmada control plane, while karmada-host is only used for debugging karmada installation with the host cluster. You can check all clusters at any time by running: kubectl config view. To switch cluster contexts, run kubectl config use-context [CONTEXT_NAME]

Demo

Demo

Propagate application

In the following steps, we are going to propagate a deployment by karmada.

1. Create nginx deployment in karmada.

First, create a deployment named nginx:

kubectl create -f samples/nginx/deployment.yaml

2. Create PropagationPolicy that will propagate nginx to member cluster

Then, we need create a policy to drive the deployment to our member cluster.

kubectl create -f samples/nginx/propagationpolicy.yaml

3. Check the deployment status from karmada

You can check deployment status from karmada, don't need to access member cluster:

$ kubectl get deployment
NAME    READY   UP-TO-DATE   AVAILABLE   AGE
nginx   2/2     2            2           20s

Kubernetes compatibility

Kubernetes 1.15 Kubernetes 1.16 Kubernetes 1.17 Kubernetes 1.18 Kubernetes 1.19 Kubernetes 1.20 Kubernetes 1.21 Kubernetes 1.22 Kubernetes 1.23
Karmada v0.9
Karmada v0.10
Karmada v1.0
Karmada HEAD (master)

Key:

  • Karmada and the Kubernetes version are exactly compatible.
  • + Karmada has features or API objects that may not be present in the Kubernetes version.
  • - The Kubernetes version has features or API objects that Karmada can't use.

Meeting

Regular Community Meeting:

Resources:

Contact

If you have questions, feel free to reach out to us in the following ways:

Contributing

If you're interested in being a contributor and want to get involved in developing the Karmada code, please see CONTRIBUTING for details on submitting patches and the contribution workflow.

License

Karmada is under the Apache 2.0 license. See the LICENSE file for details.

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