Installing Camel K on Kind

Installing Camel K on Kind, with a public registry, doesn’t require any special configuration.

Assuming you have Kind installed, then start by creating a cluster:

kind create cluster

Create a secret with your registry username and password:

kubectl -n default create secret docker-registry external-registry-secret --docker-username my-user --docker-password "password"

Install Camel K operator on the cluster in the default namespace:

kamel install --olm=false -n default --registry --organization my-org-or-username --registry-secret external-registry-secret --wait

Make sure to replace the my-org-or-username with your actual username or organization used to host the images.