Authored by Andreas Helland
There are a number of ways you can architect and implement a Kubernetes cluster, so this isn't the ultimate or necessarily best approach for you. It is however an approach that should bring you to a working setup, and give you an understanding of the basics of using Kubernetes for your microservices.
Stable vs Edge
There are two types of builds of Docker; the Stable and the Edge (beta). If you run the standard builds of Windows 10 you can choose to with Stable. However I have found that if you run Windows Insider builds things occasionally breaks, and when the fix arrives it comes to the Edge release first. So with beta Windows go for beta Docker :) (Edge can of course be installed on regular Windows builds too.)
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