Using my Windows Laptop, I'll show you how to install minikube and kubectl to pull a container image from docker hub and run it in a one node minikube Kubernetes cluster.
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Getting started with Kubernetes
Certified Red Hat RHCE and AWS Solutions Architect Associate working as a contract Linux Engineer for large multi-national banks and financial institutions specialising in configuration management solutions, automation and server security.