Which distro should I choose (Kubernetes)?

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    Lens - The way the world runs Kubernetes

    You can also run helm or kubectl from the jumpbox, which will allow you to interact with kubernetes API and deploy applications to it. I would also suggest using something like https://k8slens.dev/ to start getting familiar with what's inside a cluster. You can see logs and even exec into pods/nodes. However, try using kubectl whenever possible so you aren't depending on tooling.

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