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Kubernetes for Serverless Applications by Russ McKendrick

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Kubeless

Next up, let's take a look at Kubeless. To deploy the latest version in my Google Cloud Kubernetes cluster, I ran the following commands:

$ export RELEASE=v0.3.0$ kubectl create ns kubeless$ kubectl create -f https://github.com/kubeless/kubeless/releases/download/$RELEASE/kubeless-$RELEASE.yaml

Once deployed, I ran the following command to see what services had been exposed:

$ kubectl get services -n kubeless

As you can see from the following Terminal output, no services were publicly exposed:

So far, so good. Let's quickly launch a test function and expose it. From within the /Chapter04/hello-world/ folder, I ran the following command: ...

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