April 15, 2018

Deploy a Kubernetes cluster in Cloud Shell using Azure Container Service

Installing Kubernetes kubctl

To manage a Kubernetes cluster, use kubectl, the Kubernetes command-line client.

Setting up resources

We need a resource group to holder our Azure Container Service Kuberneter cluster. We also generate keys and assign them to the Kubernetes control.

Manage the cluster

We can look at our nodes using kubectl.

Deploy something

Set up a YAML file with a deployment configuration, you can see an example at micosoft docs. Then you can deploy and monitor it with kubectl.

Clean up

Removing the resource group will remove all resources in it.