Admin Notebook: How to be quick with kubectl 1.19 [CKA]

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Kubernetes admin has to work on multiple things in parallel. Growing popularity on Kubernetes will force you sooner or later to become a ninja quick. In my opinion working with Imperative commands will help you out performing simple task quickly. Examples are as follows:


kubectl run nginx --image=nginx:latest --restart=Always




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