Local Kubernetes Cluster

Learn how to inspect a locally created Kubernetes cluster.

To work with Helm we need to have a Kubernetes cluster sandbox first. In most lessons in this course, a cluster was already prepared so we could focus on learning Helm. This one will teach us how to create and inspect a cluster locally.

Create a cluster locally

Before creating a cluster, we need to have Docker Desktop running. Start the Docker Desktop application (if it hasn’t already been started) and then execute the following command after opening a new terminal window:

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