TL;DR It should be the first post in a series of Kops. So the intention of this post is to provide a guide to setting up a prod ready k8s on AWS using Kops , you need to know that exists lots of options to accomplish this using tools like techtonic, stackpoing, etc. But Kops seems to have gained a lot of traction and it’s an awesome FOSS project.
Prereq: In order to follow along with this guide, you need a couple of tools and an AWS account.
- An AWS programmatic access and
aws cli tool;
Kopsinstalled on machine (latest version);
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