Kubernetes Remote Control
Using kubectl to Control a Remote Kubernetes Cluster
I use Minikube to run a local Kubernetes single node cluster (cluster?). However, I also work with a custom production cluster for work. This cluster consists of development and production nodes. I often need to switch between working on my local Minikube and the online Kubernetes cluster.
TIP: Visit the kubectl Cheat Sheet often.
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