Getting Started with Kubernetes

Praveen Sripati walks us through the Play with Kubernetes lab website:

There are many ways of installing K8S as mentioned here. It can be installed in the Cloud, on-premise and also locally on the laptop using virtualization. But, installing K8S had never been easy. In this blog, we will look at one of the easiest way to get started with K8S using Play with Kubernetes (PWK). With this the whole K8S experience is within the browser and there is nothing to install on the laptop, everything is installed on the remote machine. PWK uses ‘Docker in Docker’ which is detailed here (12).

This looks like a really useful way to get the hang of Kubernetes before trying it out on your own machines.

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