Kubernetes in Docker: Adding Nodes Dynamically to a Kind Clusterby@sklarsa

Kubernetes in Docker: Adding Nodes Dynamically to a Kind Cluster

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Kind allows you to run a Kubernetes cluster inside Docker. This is incredibly useful for developing Helm charts, Operators, or even just testing out different k8s features in a safe way. The kind executable does not allow you to modify an existing cluster by adding or removing a node, but I figured out a way to do it!
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