Everyone who is working with Kubernetes knows that Kubernetes eats YAML manifests, and it eats lots of those. Every Kubernetes resource is defined in a separate YAML manifest. For a user, it’s really hard to spot any errors when it comes to the relation of Kubernetes resources from those manifest…

Lauri Nevala

Cloud-native full-stack developer. Core developer of https://k8slens.dev

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