Overview

Managed Kubernetes is a service allows customers to launch private clusters on their personal AWS account. The previous document outlined the advantages of Managed Kubernetes: shared management, greater control of clusters, and first-class enterprise support. This document shows the user how to create a private cluster.

Prerequisites

The following steps must be completed to create a private cluster:

  • Create an IAM User.
  • Obtain an IAM User Access and User Secret Key.
  • Configure a VPC EC2 Key Pair.

Step 1: Adding a private cluster

  • On the main Solodev dashboard, click Infrastructure.
  • From the Infrastructure dashboard, click Clusters.
  • Click the Add cluster card.
  • Click Launch in the Managed Kubernetes card.
  • Enter the Title of the cluster.
  • Select the desired account, from the cloud account drop box.
  • Select the VPCID.
  • Select the ID of the private subnet in Availability Zone 1
  • Select the ID of the private subnet in Availability Zone 2
  • Select the ID of the public subnet in Availability Zone 1
  • Select the ID of the public subnet in Availability Zone 2
  • Select the name of an existing public/private key pair.
  • Choose the type of EC2 instance and number of nodes.
  • Click Launch.

Step 2: Deleting a private cluster

  • From the Infrastructure dashboard, click Clusters.
  • Click the card of the desired cluster.
  • Click the Update cluster button to bring up the modal window.
  • Click the accordion in the Advanced section.
  • Type Delete in the text box and click the Delete button.

Step 3: Troubleshooting common issues

Coming soon.

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