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Prepare Azure Environment

For provisioning Kubernetes clusters with the Azure cloud provider Kubermatic Kubernetes Platform (KKP) needs a service account. Please follow the following steps steps to create a matching service account and the roles:

Login to Azure and Get Basic Information

Login to Azure with Azure CLI az.

az login

This command will open in your default browser a window where you can authenticate. After you successful logged in get your subscription ID.

az account show --query id -o json

********-****-****-****-************

Create a role that is used by the service account.

az role definition create --role-definition '{
    "Name": "Kubermatic",
    "Description": "Manage VM and Networks as well to manage Resource Groups and Tags",
    "Actions": [
          "Microsoft.Compute/*",
          "Microsoft.Network/*",
          "Microsoft.Resources/*"
    ],
    "DataActions": [],
    "NotDataActions": [],
    "AssignableScopes": ["/subscriptions/<<YOUR_SUBSCRIPTION_ID>>"] 
}'

Get your Tenant ID

az account show --query tenantId -o json

********-****-****-****-************

create a new app with

az ad sp create-for-rbac --role="Kubermatic" --scopes="/subscriptions/********-****-****-****-************"

{
  "appId": "********-****-****-****-************",
  "displayName": "azure-cli-2018-11-25-08-01-39",
  "name": "http://azure-cli-2018-11-25-08-01-39",
  "password": "********-****-****-****-************",
  "tenant": "********-****-****-****-************"
}

Enter provider credentials using the values from step “Prepare Azure Environment” into KKP Dashboard:

  • Client ID: Take the value of appId
  • Client Secret: Take the value of password
  • Tenant ID: your tenant ID
  • Subscription ID: your subscription ID

Resources cleanup

During the machines cleanup, if KKP’s Machine-Controller failed to delete the Cloud Provider instance and the user deleted that instance manually, Machine-Controller won’t be able to delete any referenced resources to that machine, such as Public IPs, Disks and NICs. In that case, the user should cleanup those resources manually due to the fact that, Azure won’t cleanup any attached resources to the deleted instance.