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A common question that we get is "Can you use unikernels with K8S?" The answer is yes, however, there are caveats. In many cases k8s is provisioned on the public cloud on top of virtual machines. For this article you need a real physical machine and OPS. While you can use nested virtualization I wouldn't because you are going to take a pretty significant performance hit. Google Cloud has this feature on some of their instances and if you are on Amazon you might be able to perform this example on the "metal" instances.