UPDATE: I received some feedback on this blogpost from some of my ITQ colleagues. I should point out this is a very quick and dirty approach suitable for my homelab environment because it not only deletes the failed PKS cluster, but also the PKS deployment itself. This is easily fixed by Bosh by applying changes ...

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