In this scenario, you'll learn how to use Kubectl to create and launch Deployments, Replication Controllers and expose them via Services without writing yaml definitions. This allows you to quickly launch containers onto the cluster.
Start containers using Kubectl
Step 1 - Launch Cluster
To start we need to launch a Kubernetes cluster.
Execute the command below to start the cluster components and download the Kubectl CLI.
minikube start --wait=false
Wait for the Node to become Ready by checking
kubectl get nodes