This guide covers how you can deploy Open Match on a Kubernetes cluster using static Kubernetes YAML files.
In this quickstart, we’ll create a Kubernetes cluster and install Open Match.
Setup Kubernetes Cluster
This guide is for users that do not have a Kubernetes cluster. If you already have one that you can install Open Match into, skip this section and see how to install Open Match into your cluster either using kubectl with YAML or Helm.
Setup a GKE Cluster
(this may involve extra charges unless you are on the free tier)
Below are the steps to create a GKE cluster in the Google Cloud Platform.
- Create a GCP project via the Google Cloud Console.
- Billing must be enabled. If you’re a new customer you can get some free credits.
- When you create a project you’ll need to set a Project ID, if you forget it you can see it here, https://console.cloud.google.com/iam-admin/settings/project.
- Install Google Cloud SDK which is the command-line tool to work against your project.
Here are the next steps using the gcloud tool.
# Login to your Google Account for GCP gcloud auth login gcloud config set project $YOUR_GCP_PROJECT_ID # Enable necessary GCP services gcloud services enable containerregistry.googleapis.com gcloud services enable container.googleapis.com # Test that everything is good, this command should work. gcloud compute zones list # Create a GKE Cluster in this project gcloud container clusters create --machine-type n1-standard-4 \ --num-nodes=4 open-match-cluster --zone us-west1-a --tags open-match # Get kubectl credentials against GKE gcloud container clusters get-credentials open-match-cluster --zone us-west1-a
Setup a Minikube Cluster
Minikube is a tool that allows you to run Kubernetes locally. It deploys a single-node cluster inside a VM for local development purpose. Please see the Kubernetes doc below for tutorials in detailed. Then create a local cluster using
minikube start --cpus=3 --memory=2500mb
Follow the Installation guide to install Open Match using Helm or YAML.
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Last modified October 11, 2022