Create an AWS EKS cluster
Steps to create an AWS EKS Cluster
clusters tab from the left side navigation bar on Humalect platform and click on
Create new cluster.
Step 1: From the Cloud Integration drop-down menu, select
Step 2: Next, name your cluster in the
Cluster Name field.
Step 3: Type a
Domain Name(s), you can add or delete domain names by clicking on the
(+) or delete symbol respectively. These domains are the ones on which all the deployments in this cluster will be hosted.
Step 4: Then, select
Cluster Region, and choose the one nearest to your geological location. For AWS, you'll get the following options to configure from.
- N. Virginia
- Europe (Frankfurt)
- Europe (Ireland)
- Europe (London)
- Europe (Paris)
- Europe (Stockholm)
Step 5: Next, select
VPC. You can create a new VPC or select one from the drop list.
you'll see the following details here (This is to let you know the available resources from your AWS allocated Quota limit):
a. Used IPs
b. Total IPs
c. Used VPCs
d. Total VPCs
Step 6: Select
Monitoring Integrations We provide integration with
Datadog as of now. You can also select
Step 7: Select the
Number of Nodes and
Disk Size by clicking on the (+) and/or (-) button or by manually entering a value.
Step 8: Select a suitable instance type for nodes of your cluster. Here is a list of currently supported instance types:
- T3a - offers balance of compute, memory, and network resources
- T3 - offers balance of compute, memory, and network resources
- T4g - Arm-based Graviton2 processors delivering better performance over T3
- M5 - latest generation of General Purpose Instances powered by Intel Xeon® Platinum 8175M processors
- C4 - Optimized for compute-intensive workloads
- R5 - Designed to deliver fast performance for workloads that process large data sets in memory.
After you select any one of the machines from the above options, click on the
create cluster button at the bottom right to start creating your cluster.
Note: A cluster creation can take about 10-15 minutes, depending on the cloud provider.
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