Use Calico for NetworkPolicy
This page shows a couple of quick ways to create a Calico cluster on Kubernetes.
Before you begin
Decide whether you want to deploy a cloud or local cluster.
Creating a Calico cluster with Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE)
To launch a GKE cluster with Calico, include the
gcloud container clusters create [CLUSTER_NAME] --enable-network-policy
gcloud container clusters create my-calico-cluster --enable-network-policy
To verify the deployment, use the following command.
kubectl get pods --namespace=kube-system
The Calico pods begin with
calico. Check to make sure each one has a status of
Creating a local Calico cluster with kubeadm
To get a local single-host Calico cluster in fifteen minutes using kubeadm, refer to the Calico Quickstart.
Once your cluster is running, you can follow the Declare Network Policy to try out Kubernetes NetworkPolicy.
Last modified February 19, 2023 at 7:46 PM PST: Fixed Calico Quickstart link (e2e8192cb6)