There are many ways to install a Kubernetes cluster. Most of us are familiar with kubeadm as the defacto standard to get a Kubernetes cluster up-and-running. However there are more. In this series we will cover a set of these.
At May 26th we will take a closer look at KIND.
We go live at 7 pm. Click here to attend.
For a complete overview of this Tech-talk serie on K8S distros, click here.