Setting up your first Kubernetes cluster on AKS

An AKS cluster can be launched in its own VPC (basic networking configuration) or in an existing VPC (advanced networking configuration); both can be launched via Azure CLI. There are a set of arguments that we can specify during cluster creation, which include the following:

Arguments Description
--name The cluster name.
--enable-addons Enables the Kubernetes addons module in a comma-separated list.
--generate-ssh-keys Generates SSH key files if they do not already exist.
--node-count The number of nodes. The default value is three.
--network-policy (Preview) Enables or disables the network policy. The default is that it is disabled.
--vnet-subnet-id The subnet ID in a VNet to ...

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