Does the time your CI/CD pipeline takes to deploy hold you back during development testing? This article demonstrates a faster way to develop Spring Boot microservices using a bare-metal Kubernetes cluster that runs on your own development machine.

Recipe for Success

This is the fourth article in a series on Ansible and Kubernetes. In the first post, I explained how to get Ansible up and running on a Linux virtual machine inside Windows. Subsequent posts demonstrated how to use Ansible to get a local Kubernetes cluster going on Ubuntu 20.04. It was tested on both native Linux- and Windows-based virtual machines running Linux. The last-mentioned approach works best when your devbox has a separate network adaptor that can be dedicated for use by the virtual machines.

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