One of the things you may have been thinking to yourself when reading the previous chapter is that Kubernetes seems complex. There are a lot of moving parts, which not only need to be configured but also monitored and managed.
I remember when I originally looked at Kubernetes when it was first released before the stable version, and the installation instructions were very long and also things were a little delicate.
Misread a step at the beginning of the installation process and you could find yourself in a lot of trouble later in the installation—it reminded me of when magazines used to contain type in listings for games. If you made a typo anywhere then things would either flat-out not work or crash unexpectedly.
As Kubernetes ...