There are a many different ways to create a Kubernetes Cluster on Amazon. We will cover installing with terraform and kops (coming soon).
Step 1: Install Prerequisites
Step 2: AWS Setup
You will need an AWS service account. Configure service credentials, then configure the AWS CLI with:
Enter your Access key ID and secret.
Step 3: Terraform Apply
Clone the repository below and
cd into the eks directory
Install the cluster with the following commands.
yes to confirm the installation.
After 5-10 minutes, the cluster should be created.
View the newly cluster with:
Configure kubectl to use the new cluster.
Verify the cluster is properly setup and accessible.
Step 4: Install Kalm
Once the cluster is setup, install Kalm with the following command.
To enable localhost access, open a port via:
Now open http://localhost:3010/ - you can now access Kalm on your Amazon EKS cluster!
Delete the cluster to avoid resource charges.
You've now setup Kalm on an Amazon EKS cluster. To get a greater sense of how Kalm works, see the Hello Kalm tutorial.