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Kubernetes for Serverless Applications by Russ McKendrick

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Starting the Minikube cluster

Now that we have the OpenFaaS CLI installed, we can go ahead and launch a single-node Kubernetes cluster using Minikube. To do this, run the following command:

$ minikube start

This will start the cluster and configure our local Kubernetes CLI to communicate with it, unless you have Windows 10 Professional installed, and then you might see a message like the following:

Part of the Docker for Windows installation enables Hyper-V, and as we found out in Chapter 3Installing Kubernetes Locally, when we installed Minikube originally, you cannot run VirtualBox and Hyper-V at the same time. To get around this, we need ...

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