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Apache SkyWalking Cloud on Kubernetes

A bridge project between Apache SkyWalking and Kubernetes.

SWCK is a platform for the SkyWalking user, provisions, upgrades, maintains SkyWalking relevant components, and makes them work natively on Kubernetes.

Quick Start

  1. Go to the download page to download latest release manifest.

  2. Apply the manifests for the Controller and CRDs in release/config:

kubectl apply -f release/config

Guides of Deployment

Use kustomize to customise your deployment

  1. Clone the source code:
git clone
  1. Edit file config/default/kustomization.yaml file to change your preferences. If you prefer to your private docker image, a quick path to override IMG environment variable : export IMG=<private registry>/controller:<tag>

  2. Use make to generate the final manifests and deploy:

make deploy
  1. Deploy the CRDs:
make install

Test your deployment

  1. Deploy a sample OAP server, this will create a OAP server in the default namespace:
curl | kubectl apply -f -
  1. Check the OAP server in Kubernetes:
kubectl get oapserver


If you encounter any issue, you can check the log of the controller by pulling it from Kubernetes:

# get the pod name of your controller
kubectl --namespace skywalking-swck-system get pods

# pull the logs
kubectl --namespace skywalking-swck-system logs -f [name_of_the_controller_pod]


For developers who want to contribute to this project, see Contribution Guide


Apache 2.0 License.