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      Which Kubernetes?

      Figure 1: Fusion 5 running in GKE with multiple node pools for workload isolation

      high availability

      Figure 1 above depicts Fusion running in Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE). To run Fusion 5, use your cloud provider’s stable release channel.

      GKE refers to the version as stable release channel. Your cloud provider may use different terminology to indicate the latest stable version of Kubernetes that is available on their platform.

      For more information, see:

      Lucidworks provides setup scripts for GKE, EKS, and AKS to help users get started with Fusion 5, but it may be possible to use other flavors of Kubernetes as well.

      Here are instructions for deploying on some popular Kubernetes platforms: