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Quickstarts include six hands-on lab exercises that help you quickly get started with KubeSphere. It is highly recommended that you go though all of these tutorials to explore the basic feature of KubeSphere.
All-in-One Installation on Linux
Install KubeSphere on Linux with a minimal installation package. The tutorial serves as a basic kick-starter for you to understand the container platform, paving the way for learning the following guides.
Minimal KubeSphere on Kubernetes
Install KubeSphere on an existing Kubernetes cluster with a minimal installation package. Your Kubernetes cluster can be hosted on cloud or on-premises.
Create Workspaces, Projects, Accounts and Roles
Leverage the multi-tenant system of KubeSphere for fine-grained access control at different levels.
Deploy and Access Bookinfo
Explore the basics of KubeSphere service mesh by deploying an example application Bookinfo.
Compose and Deploy WordPress
Learn the entire process of deploying an example application in KubeSphere, including credential creation, volume creation, and component settings.
Enable Pluggable Components
Install pluggable components of KubeSphere so that you can explore the container platform in an all-around way. Pluggable components can be enabled both before and after the installation.