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Kubernetes for Serverless Applications by Russ McKendrick

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Running Fission locally

Now that we have the prerequisites installed we can look at creating our first function. To do this we are going to use Minikube. To launch the single node cluster we simply need to run the following:

$ minikube start$ kubectl get nodes

This should launch your Minikube cluster and also confirm that your local version has been reconfigured to communicate with it:

Once we have our cluster running and accessible we need to complete the Helm installation by installing Tiller. To do this we need to run the following:

$ helm init

You should see something like the following message: 

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