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Kubernetes can be a suitable technology to use in a home lab environment. Running a Kubernetes cluster in your home lab can be a great way to learn and experiment with container orchestration and microservices architecture.
As a software developer, I often work with Kubernetes for managing and deploying my applications. However, setting up a Kubernetes cluster can be a daunting task, especially if you don’t have access to a dedicated infrastructure or cloud platform. That’s why I started exploring Minikube, a tool that allows you to run a local Kubernetes cluster on your laptop or desktop machine. In this guide, I will share the steps that I follow to install Kubernetes and Minikube on a Linux machine. By the end of this guide, you should have a working Kubernetes cluster that you can use for testing and development purposes. Whether you’re new to Kubernetes or an experienced user, I hope you will find this guide helpful in setting up a local Kubernetes environment with Minikube. So let’s get started!
A la fin de l’installation du serveur de code, vous êtes prêt à profiter de votre nouveau workflow de développement, puis, vous voyez ce message “WebSocket close with status code 1006”. Comment le résoudre? Découvrez ces réponses
At the end of the installation of the [[2022-12-07-how-to-solve-the-code-server-error-could-not-locate-the-bindings-file code]] [[2022-12-07-how-to-solve-the-code-server-error-could-not-locate-the-bindings-file server]], you are ready to enjoy your new [[2023-08-22-code-server-helm-chart-simplifying-cloud-development development]] [[2023-08-11-how-to-optimize-your-workflow-with-kubernetes-code-server workflow]], and then, you see this message “WebSocket close with status [[2023-08-27-code-server-railway-a-comprehensive-guide-for-developers code]] 1006”. How to solve it? Check out these answers