What size did does a Kubernetes node have ?

Where do I find more details on nodes, such as disk size (and also OS)

(I know I can provision block storage afterwards, I’m trying to get details on the underlying node)

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When creating a cluster through the cloud panel you have access to several different sizes of nodes anywhere from 1CPU/2GB standard nodes to even CPU optimized nodes. The node pools can really be whatever kinds of droplets you already have access to. This way we can accommodate many types of workloads. The disk sizes also scale up with the resources allocated.


John Kwiatkoski Senior Developer Support Engineer