Minikube: it’s probably the simplest and the most approachable K8s cluster. As a lightweight K8s distribution designed for the purpose to run with low resources, an effective Minikube setup doesn’t require anything else than your own laptop. From this perspective, Minikube is a great choice for development environments, able to give quick access to infrastructure elements like nodes, pods, deployments, services, and other K8s subtleties, more difficult to implement in a full-scale scenario.

As a K8s-native runtime, Quarkus supports various types of clusters, including but not limited to Minikube, Kind, OpenShift, EKS (Elastic Kubernetes Service), AKS (Azure Kubernetes Service), etc.

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