A Comparative Analysis of Kubernetes Deployment Tools: Kubespray, kops, and conjure-up

This 12-page report compares Kubespray, kops, and conjure-up across installation simplicity, configurability, scalability and distribution, supported cluster operations, performance, and debugging simplicity.

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Why read this?

Manual Kubernetes deployment is inefficient in terms of time, efforts, and resources. The process gets even more complicated when it comes to on-premises installations. This 12-page technical report overviews three open-source tools—Kubespray, kops, and conjure-up—designed to facilitate the mundane deployment tasks of a production-grade Kubernetes cluster. The solutions were compared across six criteria:

  • installation simplicity
  • configurability
  • scalability and distribution
  • supported cluster operations
  • performance
  • debugging simplicity

The results of the comparative analysis are supported by six tables and two code samples.

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