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README.md

Basic AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service(EKS) Cluster

Introduction

Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS) allows you to deploy, manage, and scale containerized applications in the cloud using Kubernetes.

Use this blueprint to provision an EKS cluster using CloudFormation.

Before you get started

If you're new to XebiaLabs blueprints, check out:

Usage

To use this blueprint, run xl blueprint in an empty directory and select:

aws/basic-eks-cluster

Tools and technologies

This blueprint includes the following tools and technologies:

Minimum required versions

This blueprint version requires at least the following versions of the specified tools to work properly:

  • XL Deploy: Version 9.0.0
  • XL CLI: Version 9.0.0

Prerequisites

To run the YAML that this blueprint generates, you need:

  • XebiaLabs Deployment Automation up and running
  • Access to an AWS account that can deploy EKS clusters and create S3 storage
  • AWS CLI

Information required

  • AWS Access Key (find it in ~/.aws/credentials)
  • AWS Secret Access Key (find it in ~/.aws/credentials)

Output

This blueprint will output:

  • CloudFormation templates
  • Infrastructure:
    • EKS cluster (master, nodes)

Note: You will find more instructions in xebialabs/USAGE-aws-basic-eks-cluster.md after you have run the blueprint.

Notes

None

Labels

  • Cloud
  • Amazon
  • AWS
  • Kubernetes
  • CloudFormation
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