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Running Kubernetes on Multiple Clouds with Stackpoint.io

Introduction

StackPointCloud is the universal control plane for Kubernetes Anywhere. StackPointCloud allows you to deploy and manage a Kubernetes cluster to the cloud provider of your choice in 3 steps using a web-based interface.

AWS

To create a Kubernetes cluster on AWS, you will need an Access Key ID and a Secret Access Key from AWS.

Choose a Provider

Log in to stackpoint.io with a GitHub, Google, or Twitter account.

Click +ADD A CLUSTER NOW.

Click to select Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Configure Your Provider

Add your Access Key ID and a Secret Access Key from AWS. Select your default StackPointCloud SSH keypair, or click ADD SSH KEY to add a new keypair.

Click SUBMIT to submit the authorization information.

Configure Your Cluster

Choose any extra options you may want to include with your cluster, then click SUBMIT to create the cluster.

Running the Cluster

You can monitor the status of your cluster and suspend or delete it from your stackpoint.io dashboard.

For information on using and managing a Kubernetes cluster on AWS, consult the Kubernetes documentation.

GCE

To create a Kubernetes cluster on GCE, you will need the Service Account JSON Data from Google.

Choose a Provider

Log in to stackpoint.io with a GitHub, Google, or Twitter account.

Click +ADD A CLUSTER NOW.

Click to select Google Compute Engine (GCE).

Configure Your Provider

Add your Service Account JSON Data from Google. Select your default StackPointCloud SSH keypair, or click ADD SSH KEY to add a new keypair.

Click SUBMIT to submit the authorization information.

Configure Your Cluster

Choose any extra options you may want to include with your cluster, then click SUBMIT to create the cluster.

Running the Cluster

You can monitor the status of your cluster and suspend or delete it from your stackpoint.io dashboard.

For information on using and managing a Kubernetes cluster on GCE, consult the Kubernetes documentation.

GKE

To create a Kubernetes cluster on GKE, you will need the Service Account JSON Data from Google.

Choose a Provider

Log in to stackpoint.io with a GitHub, Google, or Twitter account.

Click +ADD A CLUSTER NOW.

Click to select Google Container Engine (GKE).

Configure Your Provider

Add your Service Account JSON Data from Google. Select your default StackPointCloud SSH keypair, or click ADD SSH KEY to add a new keypair.

Click SUBMIT to submit the authorization information.

Configure Your Cluster

Choose any extra options you may want to include with your cluster, then click SUBMIT to create the cluster.

Running the Cluster

You can monitor the status of your cluster and suspend or delete it from your stackpoint.io dashboard.

For information on using and managing a Kubernetes cluster on GKE, consult the official documentation.

DigitalOcean

To create a Kubernetes cluster on DigitalOcean, you will need a DigitalOcean API Token.

Choose a Provider

Log in to stackpoint.io with a GitHub, Google, or Twitter account.

Click +ADD A CLUSTER NOW.

Click to select DigitalOcean.

Configure Your Provider

Add your DigitalOcean API Token. Select your default StackPointCloud SSH keypair, or click ADD SSH KEY to add a new keypair.

Click SUBMIT to submit the authorization information.

Configure Your Cluster

Choose any extra options you may want to include with your cluster, then click SUBMIT to create the cluster.

Running the Cluster

You can monitor the status of your cluster and suspend or delete it from your stackpoint.io dashboard.

For information on using and managing a Kubernetes cluster on DigitalOcean, consult the official documentation.

Microsoft Azure

To create a Kubernetes cluster on Microsoft Azure, you will need an Azure Subscription ID, Username/Email, and Password.

Choose a Provider

Log in to stackpoint.io with a GitHub, Google, or Twitter account.

Click +ADD A CLUSTER NOW.

Click to select Microsoft Azure.

Configure Your Provider

Add your Azure Subscription ID, Username/Email, and Password. Select your default StackPointCloud SSH keypair, or click ADD SSH KEY to add a new keypair.

Click SUBMIT to submit the authorization information.

Configure Your Cluster

Choose any extra options you may want to include with your cluster, then click SUBMIT to create the cluster.

Running the Cluster

You can monitor the status of your cluster and suspend or delete it from your stackpoint.io dashboard.

For information on using and managing a Kubernetes cluster on Azure, consult the Kubernetes documentation.

Packet

To create a Kubernetes cluster on Packet, you will need a Packet API Key.

Choose a Provider

Log in to stackpoint.io with a GitHub, Google, or Twitter account.

Click +ADD A CLUSTER NOW.

Click to select Packet.

Configure Your Provider

Add your Packet API Key. Select your default StackPointCloud SSH keypair, or click ADD SSH KEY to add a new keypair.

Click SUBMIT to submit the authorization information.

Configure Your Cluster

Choose any extra options you may want to include with your cluster, then click SUBMIT to create the cluster.

Running the Cluster

You can monitor the status of your cluster and suspend or delete it from your stackpoint.io dashboard.

For information on using and managing a Kubernetes cluster on Packet, consult the official documentation.

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