Run kops

Kops needs an S3 bucket that stores the configuration and status. In addition, use Route 53 to register the Kubernetes API server name, and etcd server name to the domain name system. Therefore, use S3 bucket and use the Route 53 that we've created in the previous section.

Kops supports a variety of configurations, such as deploying to public subnets, private subnets, using different types and number of EC2 instances, high availability, and overlaying networks. Let's configure Kubernetes with a similar configuration of network in the previous section as follows:

Kops has an option to reuse existing VPC and subnets. However, it behaves tricky and may encounter some issues based on settings; it is recommended to create a new VPC by ...

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