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juju deploy keepalived
You will need Juju 2.9 to be able to run this command. Learn how to upgrade to Juju 2.9.
Deploy universal operators easily with Juju, the Universal Operator Lifecycle Manager.
Keepalived is software which provides high availability by assigning two or more nodes a virtual IP and monitoring those nodes, failing over when one goes down.
This charm is maintained along with the components of Charmed Kubernetes. For full information, please visit the official Charmed Kubernetes docs.