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Kubernetes Proxy

Kubernetes Proxy allows you to access core components of Kubernetes. Such as API, Kubernetes Dashboard, etc. In order to use Kubernetes proxy, you will need to ensure proper configurations are in place on your system where you are accessing it from. If you are remotely managing Kubernetes Cluster, I recommend following a few of my

Expose service via nodeport.

Exposing pod as a NodePort service

I recently started building a Kubernetes cluster in my on-premise network where I do not have OpenStack or OpenShift that can provide me load balancer IP. Almost all cloud platforms come with ready-made load balancer logic that automatically assigns an IP address when a service of type LoadBalancer is created. In my scenario, I will

Kubernetes dashboard remote access.

Kubernetes Dashboard Remote Access

If you received an error like below, you need to grant access to Kubernetes dashboard to your cluster. configmaps is forbidden: User “system:serviceaccount:kube-system:kubernetes-dashboard” cannot list configmaps in the namespace “default” If you are planning to access to Kubernetes Dashboard via proxy from remote machine, you will need to grant ClusterRole to allow access to dashboard.

Kubernetes cli setup.

Install Kubernetes CLI on Windows 10

If you are looking to access Kubernetes Cluster from your windows machine. Look no further! I will show you how to install Kubernetes kubectl command line utility by leveraging Chocolatey installer. Note. I will be using Windows 10 to demonstrate. Now lets go ahead and get started by opening PowerShell as administrator and execute below

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