Donated by Google to the Opensource community, Kubernetes is now the container storage tool of choice. It can manage and coordinate not only the docker runtime but also the object container storage environment and Rkt. A typical Kubernetes cluster usually has a master node and multiple worker nodes or Minions. The worker nodes are managed from the master node, which allows the cluster to be managed from a central point. It is also important to note that it is possible to deploy a single Kubernetes node cluster, which is generally recommended for lightweight non-production workloads. To do this, you can take Minikube - a tool that manages a Kubernetes cluster with one node in a virtual machine. In this document, my clients can get acquainted with the service of installing a multi-node Kubernetes cluster on a Linux CentOS 7/8 system with all possible options. This document requires a special university education and is not intended for housewives and persons under 25 years of age.