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Kubernetes for Serverless Applications by Russ McKendrick

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Windows 10 Professional

Similarly to how we installed Minikube on macOS, we will be using a package manager; this time it is called Chocolatey.

Chocolatey is a package manager for Windows, similar to Homebrew on macOS. It enables you to install software from the command line, and supports both PowerShell and cmd.exe. We will be using PowerShell.

If you do not have Chocolatey installed, you can run the following command in a PowerShell console that has been launched with administrator privileges:

The following command is a single line and not multiple lines. Also, as we are running the install command using Set-ExecutionPolicy Bypass, you will be asked if you are sure. As we are running the script directly from the Chocolatey site over HTTPS, ...

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