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How to run Kubernetes clusters locally on Windows

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Kubernetes production clusters are typically run on cloud platforms. However, running and deploying Kubernetes applications on cloud platforms such as Google Kubernetes Engine is costly. These high costs can restrict the Kubernetes learning process for beginners. However, running Kubernetes clusters locally helps you efficiently test applications without disrupting the production environment or paying for cloud services.

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Managing SQL Server containers using Docker SDK for Python - Part 2

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There are multiple ways to interact with the Docker daemon, as command line client API or GUI based tools like Kitematic. Docker also provides a SDK for Go and Python,  this SDK can be used to create and manage Docker containers the same way it works with the Docker engine API.

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