Released / Updated: –9/20/2023–
Duration: 1h 7m | .MP4 | 720p | Language: English
If you’re looking for a reliable tool to run local Kubernetes clusters using Docker container nodes, you’ll find that using kind is a great option. In this course, cloud and software consultant Carlos Nunez provides a focused reference describing how to provision Kubernetes clusters with kind. Explore the challenges of installing Kubernetes and its prerequisites: Vagrant, Docker, and kubectl, polishing your skills as you go. Along the way, Carlos shows you how to deploy Kubernetes in Docker using K3s, in the form of both single- and multinode clusters.