In this lab, you will be deploying a web app using Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) in AWS.
You will learn how to easily create a cluster with just a few commands.
Understanding how to create your cluster through the command line will give you the advantage of having granular control over your cluster and understanding exactly what’s going on under the hood.
For this lab, you should have a basic understanding of Kubernetes. This way, you have the basic knowledge and skills to comprehend what you will be achieving in this lab.
Successfully complete this lab by achieving the following learning objectives:
- Create the Cluster
Create a two-node cluster.
- Configure the Frontend on the Cluster
Use the provided YAML code to configure the frontend for the application.
- Confirm the Site Is Working
Curl the load balancer’s DNS name to test that the cluster is working as expected and the website is functioning.
- Test the High Availability Setup of the Cluster
Test the high availability setup of the cluster by terminating both worker node instances.