Deploy a Kubernetes cluster on AWS with Pulumi and Amazon EKS.
Deploy a Kubernetes cluster on Azure with Pulumi and Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).
Deploy a Kubernetes cluster on Google Cloud with Pulumi and Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE).
What is Kubernetes?
Kubernetes (k8s) is an open source container management and orchestration project. It enables infrastructure engineers and platform teams to deploy and run container services at scale with a control plane that schedules, deploys, and scales containers throughout their lifecycle using a desired state model. The benefits of using k8s include its portability across multiple environments and clouds, high scalability, and extensibility via an ecosystem of extensions and plugins.
On AWS, you can use Kubernetes with Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS).
On Azure, you can use Kubernetes with Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).
On Google Cloud Platform, you can use Kubernetes with Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE).
Building and deploying Kubernetes clusters on AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud
Infrastructure as code is an efficient and repeatable way of building Kubernetes clusters and their infrastructure with programming languages and deploying them to your preferred cloud.
Programming Languages: Define infrastructure as code in your favorite language instead of domain-specific languages or clicking through cloud consoles.
Cloud Native Ecosystem Support: Use Helm charts and native Kubernetes API objects, including integrated Kustomize support, to deploy workloads to your Kubernetes cluster.
Fast, Easy Deployment: Quickly deploy your Kubernetes cluster and associated infrastructure with the CLI, with a GitOps workflow, or from a CI/CD workflow.
Rapid Development: Author, version, test, and release cluster and infrastructure changes just like software.