Part 5 – Accessing a Kubernetes Cluster on OKE

When you create a cluster, Container Engine for Kubernetes creates a Kubernetes configuration file for the cluster called kubeconfig. The kubeconfig file provides the necessary details to access the cluster using kubectl and the Kubernetes Dashboard. You have to follow Continue reading Part 5 – Accessing a Kubernetes Cluster on OKE

Part 3 – Pre-req for Getting Started with Oracle managed Kubernetes Engine

Prerequisites Before you can use Container Engine for Kubernetes to create a Kubernetes cluster, you need to take care of the Prerequisites and there are quite a few of them: Policy Requirement Within the root compartment of your tenancy, a Continue reading Part 3 – Pre-req for Getting Started with Oracle managed Kubernetes Engine