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Testing your K8s apps with KIND – Benjamin Elder, Google & James Munnelly, Jetstack.io

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Testing your K8s apps with KIND – Benjamin Elder, Google & James Munnelly, Jetstack.io

Part of the promise of Docker is being able to run checks in the same environment as manufacturing. For applications operating on Kubernetes, though, development and testing is nonetheless a challenge. Developers of these applications have to choose between 3 poor options: an external, stateful cluster, spinning up a cluster for each test, or operating checks outdoors of Kubernetes. All of these have significant drawbacks that hinder the acceptance of Kubernetes in new environments. kind presents a fourth option: a small, compliant Kubernetes that comes up in 1 minute, not twenty. Using kind, CI signal can be more reliable, integration checks faster, and native development streamlined.

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