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Before installing Knative, you must meet the following prerequisites:
For prototyping purposes, Knative will work on most local deployments of Kubernetes. For example, you can use a local, one-node cluster that has 2 CPU and 4GB of memory.
For production purposes, it is recommended that:
- If you have only one node in your cluster, you will need at least 6 CPUs, 6 GB of memory, and 30 GB of disk storage.
- If you have multiple nodes in your cluster, for each node you will need at least 2 CPUs, 4 GB of memory, and 20 GB of disk storage.
NOTE: The system requirements provided are recommendations only. The requirements for your installation may vary, depending on whether you use optional components, such as a networking layer.
Before installation, you must meet the following prerequisites:
- You have a cluster that uses Kubernetes v1.18 or newer.
- You have installed the
- Your Kubernetes cluster must have access to the internet, since Kubernetes needs to be able to fetch images. (To pull from a private registry, see Deploying images from a private container registry)
Next Steps: Install Knative Serving and Eventing
You can install the Serving component, Eventing component, or both on your cluster. If you’re planning on installing both, we recommend starting with Knative Serving.
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