3. Connect to a Cluster

In order to deploy your new project, you (perhaps obviously) need somewhere to deploy it to.

Here we hit a bit of a fork in the road, since you have a choice between setting up a local Kubernetes cluster on your dev machine or to connect to a remote cluster.

We have separate guides for each of these options. Pick the one you prefer, walk through that guide, and then come back here or skip straight to the next section.

Once you've set up your cluster and updated your project configuration accordingly, we can move on to deploying and testing your project.