Kubeflow lite to experiment on Windows, macOS or Linux desktop
To allow users to conveniently try out Kubeflow directly on their laptops or workstations, Canonical has conveniently pre-selected and packaged a subset of the Kubeflow applications to run on 8Gb of RAM.
Kubeflow runs on top of Kubernetes. Hence, in order to provide an out-of-the-box Kubeflow experience, the underlying K8s had to be also provided in a streamlined way.
The simple way to get K8s with built-in Kubeflow on Windows, macOs or Linux is MicroK8s.
Now, besides the full Kubeflow bundle, MicroK8s also includes a Kubeflow lite bundle . To install Kubelow lite, deploy MicroK8s and then run:
$ KUBEFLOW_BUNDLE=lite microk8s enable kubeflow
Check out what’s inside Kubeflow-lite