How to deploy a stack

How to deploy a stack

Once configuring a stack following here, you can deploy the stack.
To deploy a stack:
  • Click the "Deploy" button on the top of the Stack configuration page. (It would take up to 20 minutes to fully deploy the stack) The stack status will be changed to Deploying.
(Optionally) Click "Provision Log" to browse the deployment process.
When the stack deployment is completed, the stack status will be changed to Deployed. Also, you will see the statistics of the stack on the Assets and Components panel.
There will be a list of Provisioned Applications provisioned by the stack deployment. You can access each application by clicking each application link.
To access Kubernetes Dashboard, you need to copy Token by clicking the "Get Token" button and paste the Token into the Kubernetes access authentication panel.
Also, you can download Kubeconfig for accessing the Kubernetes cluster using the Kubectl command.
Note that your cloud account will be charged since you deployed a stack. It is important to tear down your stack when you don't need to keep running to avoid unnecessary charges on your cloud account.

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