The Kublr Demo/Installer must be installed. If you haven’t done that yet, please refer to the Installation Guide for the Kublr Demo/Installer.
To deploy a cluster in your AWS account with Kublr, you need to create an AWS policy and an AWS API Access Key. Please refer to Register AWS Policy, create User and Create API Credentials.
This document describes the steps necessary to deploy the Kublr Platform in an Amazon Web Services infrastructure. It includes the following steps:
The procedure is the same as for creating an AWS k8s cluster.
Fully functional Kublr Platform includes all Kublr features, such as IAM, RBAC, centralized Logging/Monitoring and etc., suitable for building you own Kubernetes cluster management platform.
See some platform parameters description here.
To add a new platform:
On the left menu, click Clusters.
Click Add Cluster. The Select Installation Type dialog is displayed.
In the Select Installation Type dialog, click Platform.
Click Continue Setup. The DEPLOY FULL KUBLR PLATFORM dialog is displayed.
In the dialog, on the the
CLUSTER tab, set Provider to “Amazon Web Services”.
From the Credentials list, select previously created AWS credentials.
If credentials were not created previously, use Add New Credentials.
Scroll to the
Master Configuration section.
Specify the parameters of the master node(s) of your platform as described below.
Select Instance Type from the list.
From the Masters list, select the number of master or management nodes in correspondence with the selected Instance Type.
From the Operating System list, select the host OS for virtual machines in the platform.
Specify Cluster Name.
FEATURES tabs to set for your platform:
At the bottom of the DEPLOY FULL KUBLR PLATFORM dialog, click Confirm and Install.
A notification is displayed “Your cluster is being created. It might take a few minutes.”.
In the notification window, click OK.
Your new platform page is displayed on the Events tab showing the platform creation progress.
The Kublr Platform creation may take up to 30 minutes to complete.
Now you can use Kublr Platform!