A Step by Step guide on EKS (Elastic Kubernetes Services) Deployment

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A Step by Step guide on EKS (Elastic Kubernetes Services) Deployment

Description

Google developed Kubernetes (or the fancier term K8s) and donated it to CNCF in 2014. It is an open-source container orchestration system, more specifically for Docker containers. Kubernetes allows you to manage your containerized applications in your own clustered environment. This can be set up on Cloud or on-prem.

Kubernetes eases most of your DevOps tasks, including but not limited to, deployment, scaling, versioning, configuration management, etc. Microservices setup allows you to deal with smaller components and services. In short, you can build distributed scalable applications within containers.

Highlights

  • A quick introduction to EKS and Kubernetes
  • A quick way of creating an EKS cluster with eksctl (it creates a new VPC for your setup, useful for testing things out)
  • Creating an EKS Cluster with AWS EKS command-line tools with the right steps
  • Understanding AWS CNI shortcomings and replacing it with WeaveNet
  • Installing the working version of Metrics Server
  • Installing and configuring Kubernetes Dashboard
  • Adding Worker nodes to the cluster and checking out how to configure things

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Google developed Kubernetes (or the fancier term K8s) and donated it to CNCF in 2014. It is an open-source container orchestration system, more specifically for Docker containers. Kubernetes allows you to manage your containerized applications in your own clustered environment. This can be set up on Cloud or on-prem.

Kubernetes eases most of your DevOps tasks, including but not limited to, deployment, scaling, versioning, configuration management, etc. Microservices setup allows you to deal with smaller components and services. In short, you can build distributed scalable applications within containers.

Highlights

  • A quick introduction to EKS and Kubernetes
  • A quick way of creating an EKS cluster with eksctl (it creates a new VPC for your setup, useful for testing things out)
  • Creating an EKS Cluster with AWS EKS command-line tools with the right steps
  • Understanding AWS CNI shortcomings and replacing it with WeaveNet
  • Installing the working version of Metrics Server
  • Installing and configuring Kubernetes Dashboard
  • Adding Worker nodes to the cluster and checking out how to configure things

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Description

Google developed Kubernetes (or the fancier term K8s) and donated it to CNCF in 2014. It is an open-source container orchestration system, more specifically for Docker containers. Kubernetes allows you to manage your containerized applications in your own clustered environment. This can be set up on Cloud or on-prem.

Kubernetes eases most of your DevOps tasks, including but not limited to, deployment, scaling, versioning, configuration management, etc. Microservices setup allows you to deal with smaller components and services. In short, you can build distributed scalable applications within containers.

Highlights

  • A quick introduction to EKS and Kubernetes
  • A quick way of creating an EKS cluster with eksctl (it creates a new VPC for your setup, useful for testing things out)
  • Creating an EKS Cluster with AWS EKS command-line tools with the right steps
  • Understanding AWS CNI shortcomings and replacing it with WeaveNet
  • Installing the working version of Metrics Server
  • Installing and configuring Kubernetes Dashboard
  • Adding Worker nodes to the cluster and checking out how to configure things

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