This is an introductory talk for IT professionals and engineers who need to understand how to get a local Kubernetes development cluster using KinD. We'll see how KinD (Kubernetes-in-Docker) can provide a cluster across Linux, Mac, and Windows environments for folks who want to get started with Kubernetes, or folks who quickly need to stage up disposable clusters.
Requirements: You don't need to have any prior experience with containers or to know a specific language or framework.
Intro to Kind
- 1.0 - Understand how to get a local Kubernetes development cluster using KinD.
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