This article is intended as a guide for creating Kubernetes manifest files. It is relatively straightforward to create a simple YAML file, but for production use, many more settings are required. You will learn how to automatically detect and correct errors during the development process. What you will learn is how to use tools to make the process easier and less painful. If you are new to Kuberes, you might be tempted to generate as much of the boilerplate as possible, but don’t use generators.

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Multi-cloud is real, Microservices are hard, Kubernetes is the future, CLIs are good.

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