Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration framework which was built upon the learnings of Google. It enables you to run applications using containers in a production ready-cluster. Kubernetes has many moving parts and there are countless ways to configure its pieces – from the various system components, network transport drivers, CLI utilities not to mention applications and workloads.
In this blog post we’ll install Kubernetes 1.6 on a bare-metal machine with Ubuntu 16.04 in about 10 minutes. At the end you’ll be able to start learning how to interact with Kubernetes via its CLI
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