You can either login to created EC2 instance and use the
/etc/kubernetes/admin.conf or if you want to
have access to your Master Kubernetes cluster locally, follow these steps.
Make sure that you have following tools installed locally:
Make sure that you have environment variables for accessing AWS set (
Value of s3 bucket name used for storing Terraform state can be found at the
cd terraform terraform init -backend-config="bucket=tf-state-kkp-<bucket-suffix>" -backend-config="region=eu-west-1" terraform output -json > output.json
KubeOne tools requires SSH access to your instances, see documentation for more details.
cd ../kubeone eval ssh-agent ssh-add ../k8s_rsa
kubeone kubeconfig -m kubeone.yaml -t ../terraform/output.json > kubeconfig export KUBECONFIG=`pwd`/kubeconfig kubectl get nodes
Now you should see details of your control planes and worker nodes.