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Installing Lightrun in Kubernetes

Since Lightrun works on the application level, there's no need for any extra configuration while installing Lightrun in Kubernetes - you can simply follow the Docker container installation instructions for the language your application is written in.

Once your Dockerfile is ready, you can re-push the images into the relevant registry (like Docker hub), and Lightrun will work out of the box.

Lightrun on a local Kubernetes cluster

If you'd like to get started using Lightrun in a local Kubernetes cluster, we offer a step-by-step tutorial for running Lightrun on Minikube - which might prove useful for experimentation purposes.


Last update: September 20, 2022