How to configure Kubernetes+ Platform

How to configure Kubernetes+ Platform

You can initiate configuring a new stack from a few different places:
  • On the Home page, "Configure stack" button on the Stacks statistics block.
  • On the Stacks page, the "Configure new stack" button on the top page
  • On the Projects page, select Project where you want to configure a new stack at
Once you initiate "Configure new Stack," follow the steps on the Configure a new Stack page:
  1. Select the Project where you want to deploy the new stack at.
  2. Select the cloud Target Platform, such as Amazon AWS.
  3. Choose Kubernetes+ Platform
  4. Enter the stack name. Stack names must be unique within the project.
  5. (Optionally) Add description for the stack.
Once you configure a new stack, you can customize the stack settings on the Stack page before deploying the stack to your cloud environment. For example, if you configure a new stack of Kubernetes+ Platform on AWS cloud provider, you will see the list of following components:
Each component has reasonable default values for each setting so that you don't need to define all configuration values. However, you need to provide your account-specific configuration values. See How to customize Kubernetes+ Platform for detail.
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