Install Kublr Demo/Installer. Please refer to Installation Guide for Kublr Demo/Installer.
To deploy a cluster in your AWS account with Kublr, you’ll 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 contains the following steps:
The Kublr Platform creation may take up to 30 minutes to complete.
Now you can use Kublr Platform!
This optional step is for if you want a user-friendly DNS name such as https://kublr.example.com/ instead of the default loadbalancer address, which looks like “https://a3730363410f511e8bfd502a4587192e-67484441.us-east-1.elb.amazonaws.com/".
In order to do this, please create a new DNS A record with type Alias for kublr.example.com pointing to LoadBalancer DNS Name.
Instructions on how to setup SSL certificate for this domain are provided in the article: Ingress TLS/SSL Setup.