With Kubernetes now the de facto standard for container orchestration, there is no time like the present to get started. Minikube provides the perfect single-node Kubernetes cluster for your development environment where you can begin exploring.
If you read my previous post, “Install & configure Minikube on Windows 10”, it may have occurred to you that Docker and Kubernetes have been native to Linux since inception, and that perhaps it makes sense to try that route. Below is a link to my notes for Minikube on Ubuntu 18.04.
As I found most tutorials lacked left a few interesting details, like lighting up the Grafana dashboard, and starting minikube with verbose logging, just to name a couple, I have included in this tutorial on my Git repo.
Find it at “Install & configure Minikube on Ubuntu”.