Five Hints for Working With Kubectl

When you work with Kubernetes, kubectl is your friend. It allows you to communicate with the Kubernetes API Server on your command line of choice which, makes it the main steering wheel used by developers and operators to control their Kubernetes clusters. When working with kubectl, pretty soon you will have sequences of commands you […]

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