This how-to guide explains how to install
kumactl in your environment.
kumactl is a CLI tool that you can use to access Kuma. It can do the following:
- Perform read-only operations on Kuma resources on Kubernetes.
- Read and create resources in Kuma in Universal mode.
kumactl binary is a client to the Kuma HTTP API.
Make sure you have tar and gzip installed.
Run the following script to automatically detect the operating system and download Kuma:
curl -L https://kuma.io/installer.sh | VERSION=2.2.1 sh -
You can omit the
VERSION variable to install the latest version.
kumactl executable to your path:
cd kuma-2.2.1/bin PATH=$(pwd):$PATH
After you’ve installed
kumactl, you can deploy Kuma in standalone or multi-zone mode in either Kubernetes or Universal.