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Getting Started with Knative by Bryan Friedman, Brian McClain

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Chapter 5. Installing Knative

Before you can begin using Knative to build and host workloads, you need to install it. You should also run a few commands to validate that it’s up and working as expected. This chapter walks through the necessary steps for installing and validating Knative from a Mac or Linux shell.

Standing Up a Knative Cluster

To start with, you’ll need a Kubernetes cluster. Knative requires Kubernetes version 1.11 or newer. You must enable the MutatingAdmissionWebhook admission controller on the cluster. For a simple start, you can use Minikube on your local machine or get a cluster up and running in the cloud.

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There are many options for standing up a Kubernetes cluster. Deciding which one to use ...

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