Minikube is a tool that allows you to run a single-node Kubernetes cluster locally on your computer. It’s designed to enable developers to learn and experiment with Kubernetes or to develop applications locally before deploying them to a larger Kubernetes cluster.
Follow the steps in the here to install and start Minikube: https://minikube.sigs.k8s.io/docs/start/
kubectl is the command-line interface (CLI) used to interact with Kubernetes clusters. It allows users to execute commands against Kubernetes clusters to deploy applications, manage and inspect cluster resources, and perform various administrative tasks.
kubectl will be configured automatically to authenticate to Minikube during the minikube installation process (check
~/.kube/config). However, you might still need to install
kubectl itself. To install
kubectl Follow the steps here:https://kubernetes.io/docs/tasks/tools/
Once you have your environment ready, clone the following repository
git clone https://github.com/Ahmed-AG/k8s-quick-start-tutorial.git