Installing To Kubenetes

A Open, Unified, Lightweight, Simpler Containers as a Service (CaaS).


To run Drycc Workflow on a Kubernetes cluster, there are a few requirements to keep in mind.

Specify Gateway

Choose the gateway provider that best suits your needs and platform.

Installing Drycc Workflow

This document is aimed at those who have already provisioned a Kubernetes cluster and want to install Drycc Workflow.

Configuring Object Storage

A variety of Drycc Workflow components rely on an object storage system to do their work including storing application slugs, Container images and database logs.

Configuring Postgres

Drycc Workflow’s controller and passport component rely on a PostgreSQL database to store platform state.

Configuring Registry

Drycc Workflow’s builder component relies on a registry for storing application container images.