Core for Docker Desktop

Enable Kubernetes

Docker Desktop comes with a built-in single Kubernetes cluster, which must be enabled to use Calyptia Core for Docker Desktop. Make sure Kubernetes is running before installing Calyptia Core. Steps:
  • Click on the Settings gear icon from the top right.
  • In the left menu, go to Kubernetes.
  • Check the box for Enable Kubernetes.
  • Click the Apply & Restart button.
Note that enabling Kubernetes for the first time can take a few minutes depending on your internet bandwidth since the process involves downloading a couple of container images.

Manual check from the terminal (optional)

If you want to manually check the status of Kubernetes open your terminal and use the command:
kubectl get pods --all-namespaces
You will get a list of the Pods that are running or still being deployed:
coredns-95db45d46-h7k4j 1/1 Running 6 (16m ago) 2d16h
coredns-95db45d46-x29rt 1/1 Running 6 (16m ago) 2d16h
etcd-docker-desktop 1/1 Running 30 (16m ago) 2d16h
kube-apiserver-docker-desktop 1/1 Running 20 (16m ago) 2d16h
kube-controller-manager-docker-desktop 1/1 Running 20 (16m ago) 2d16h
kube-proxy-cbrdw 1/1 Running 6 (16m ago) 2d16h
kube-scheduler-docker-desktop 1/1 Running 20 (16m ago) 2d16h
storage-provisioner 1/1 Running 7 (15m ago) 2d16h
vpnkit-controller 1/1 Running 193 (15m ago) 2d16h
If you want to get more detailed information, please refer to the official Docker documentation from the following link: