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Kubernetes for Serverless Applications by Russ McKendrick

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Removing the cluster

To remove the cluster just run the following command:

$ gcloud container clusters delete kube-cluster

It will ask you if you are sure, answer yes and, after a minute or two, your cluster will be deleted. Again, you should double-check in the Google Cloud web interface that your cluster has been correctly deleted so you do not incur any unexpected costs.

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