There are several ways to run small Kubernetes clusters: k3s and k3d, minikube, and microk8s to name a few. Currently, my favorite is the Kubernetes provided by Docker Desktop for Mac. But this doesn’t help my friends (or myself) when I am on a Linux laptop. It would be nice to have one lightweight and shared environment for Kubernetes. Luckily, one of the Kubernetes groups has released KinD - Kubernetes in Docker.

Lucas Roesler

I am senior engineer at contiamo.com and an ex-mathematician. I have worked on web applications, algorithms for image analysis, machine learning problems, and pure math research.

Senior Engineer

Berlin, DE