6.3. Deployment of Presto on Kubernetes#
Starburst Enterprise Presto on Kubernetes can be deployed using online resources
on DockerHub and Starburst storage systems. Ensure your k8s cluster is up and
running, and you are connected to it with
kubectl before you proceed.
Alternatively to using the following commands directly, you can download the YAML files individually and then use them from local copies, or even transfer them to another server before proceeding.
If you need to operate completely without access to the internet for the deployment, you can use an offline installation package available from Starburst. The package contains the Kubernetes resource YAML files, the needed Docker images and installation instructions.
offline-installer.339-e-k8s-0.33.tar.gz (file > 2.5GB)
All installation methods then follow the same steps, and can either use the online files with a URL or local files.
Create a service account for the Presto K8s operator:
kubectl apply -f https://starburstdata.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/k8s/339-e-k8s-0.33/service_account.yaml
Using a local file the command looks like this:
kubectl apply -f service_account.yaml
Create a role and role binding for the Presto K8s operator:
kubectl apply -f https://starburstdata.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/k8s/339-e-k8s-0.33/role.yaml kubectl apply -f https://starburstdata.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/k8s/339-e-k8s-0.33/role_binding.yaml
Create a Presto K8s custom resource definition:
kubectl apply -f https://starburstdata.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/k8s/339-e-k8s-0.33/presto_v1_crd.yaml
Start the Presto K8s operator:
kubectl apply -f https://starburstdata.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/k8s/339-e-k8s-0.33/operator.yaml
Starting Presto by creating a K8s Presto resource:
kubectl apply -f https://starburstdata.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/k8s/339-e-k8s-0.33/example_presto_v1_cr.yaml