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Kubernetes for Serverless Applications by Russ McKendrick

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The Kubeless Kubernetes cluster

We will be installing Kubeless on the single-node Minikube cluster we installed and configured in the previous chapter. The first thing we need to do is ensure that we are starting with a clean Kubernetes installation. To do this, we simply need to run the following two commands:

Please remember that running the minikube delete command will immediately remove your currently running virtual machine without warning, meaning everything that is currently active on your Minikube single-node cluster will be lost.
$ minikube delete$ minikube start

Now that we have our fresh single-node Kubernetes cluster up-and-running, we need to create a namespace for Kubeless by running:

$ kubectl create ns kubeless

And then install ...

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