This post is my personal step-by-step guide, on how to start a Kubernetes cluster on a local machine with MacOS. It does not include all the basic commands you have to execute. There are a lot of links to the official documentation instead.
Ok, let’s start.
The first thing you need to run a local K8s cluster is a tool that provides you with that cluster. I chose a very popular tool – Minikube.
Here is the “Get Started” guide for Minikube on MacOS. It contains the installation process described.