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Docker and Kubernetes for Java Developers by Jaroslaw Krochmalski

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Minikube

Running a cluster seems to be a complicated process that needs a lot of setup. This is not necessarily the truth. Actually, it's quite easy to have the Kubernetes cluster up and running on the local machine, for learning, testing, and development purposes. The minikube tool, available at GitHub at https://github.com/kubernetes/minikube, allows you to set up the local cluster on your own machine. It's available for all major platforms, which includes Linux, macOS, and Windows. The cluster started will of course be a single node cluster, but it's more than enough to start doing real-life Kubernetes examples. In fact, in Chapter 8, Using Kubernetes with Java, before we start deploying our REST service into the cluster, we are going ...

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