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How to Use the KubeSphere VPS Template

Getting started with the KubeSphere VPS Template

Updated over a week ago

KubeSphere is an open-source container management platform built on Kubernetes, offering features for multi-tenancy, DevOps, and streamlined application deployment. It simplifies the orchestration and management of containerized applications in Kubernetes clusters.

At Hostinger, we offer the Ubuntu 22.04 VPS template with KubeSphere pre-installed.

To start using KubeSphere, install the template and follow the steps below 👇

1. Once you get your VPS running with KubeSphere, you can access the platform using the following details:

  • Login URL via HTTP: http://your_vps_ip:30880

  • Username: root

  • Password: P@88w0rd

Make sure to replace your_vps_ip with the actual IP address of your server 💡

2. After logging in, you will be asked to change the default password:

The KubeSphere dashboard

3. Once you change the password, you can log in to KubeSphere:

The KubeSphere password

4. After logging in to the console, you can check the status of different components in the System Components section:

You may need to wait for some components to be up and running if you want to use related services 💡

You can also use the following command to inspect the running status of KubeSphere workloads:

kubectl get pod --all-namespaces

That's it! Now, you are ready to use KubeSphere with your Hostinger VPS.

Make sure to explore the official KubeSphere documentation to learn more about the platform 💡

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