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Kubernetes for Serverless Applications by Russ McKendrick

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Summary

In this chapter, we installed a single-node Kubernetes cluster on our local machine using Minikube; we looked at how to achieve this on macOS, Windows 10, and Ubuntu Linux. Once installed, we discovered that we can interact with our single-node Kubernetes cluster in exactly the same way, no matter which operating system our local machine is running.

We then took our first steps in launching pods, ReplicaSets, and services using both the Kubernetes dashboard and the Kubernetes command-line client called kubectl.

In the next chapter, we are going to be launching our first serverless tool, which is called Kubeless, on top of the single-node Kubernetes cluster we now have running locally.

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