Connecting to the Kubernetes Cluster Through a Bastion Host

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Logging in to the Amazon Web Services Console
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Understanding the Kubernetes Cluster Architecture
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Connecting to the Kubernetes Cluster Through a Bastion Host
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Configuring Kubernetes Authentication
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Configuring Kubernetes Authorization
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Configuring Kubernetes Network Policies
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Using Kubernetes Pod Security Contexts
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Working with Kuberenetes Secrets
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Introduction

In this lab step, you will connect to the bastion host and access a shell using Amazon EC2 Instance Connect with kubectl available.

  

Instructions

1. In the AWS Management Console search bar, enter EC2, and click the EC2 result under Services:

 

2. To see available instances, click Instances in the left-hand menu:

The instances list page will open, and you will see an instance named bastion-host:

If you don't see a running instance then the lab environment is still loading. Wait until the Instance state is Running.

 

3. Right-click the cloudacademylabs instance, and click Connect:

The Connect to your instance form will load.

 

4. In the form, ensure the EC2 Instance Connect tab is selected:

You will see the instance's Instance ID and Public IPv4 address displayed.

 

5. In the User name textbox, enter :

 

6. To open a browser-based shell, click Connect:

If you see an error it's likely that the environment hasn't finished setting up. Check for Setup completed at the top-left corner of the lab, wait a minute, and try connecting again:

A browser-based shell will open in a new window and you will see a shell similar to:

You can also connect to the instance using your preferred SSH client and the PPK (Windows) or PEM (Mac/Linux) key files in the Credentials section of this lab.