Working With Multiple Kubernetes Contexts

If you’re working with Kubernetes then there’s a pretty good chance that you’ve been working with kubectl! There’s also a pretty good chance that you end up working with more than one cluster context. So, how do you manage multiple contexts? KUBECONFIG One way that you might have encountered is obtaining a kubeconfig file that contains the details of how to connect to a cluster. kubectl allows you to pass a --kubeconfig option to commands to specify which kubeconfig should be used to connect to a cluster to execute the command. [Read More]