prisma-kubernetes-deployment - Demo how to deploy a Prisma server to a Kubernetes cluster.

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Repository for demonstrating how to deploy a Prisma server to a Kubernetes cluster. In this tutorial, you will learn how to deploy a Prisma server on Kubernetes.

https://www.prismagraphql.com/docs/tutorials/cluster-deployment/kubernetes-aiqu8ahgha
https://github.com/akoenig/prisma-kubernetes-deployment

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