kubectl is a command line interface for running commands against Kubernetes clusters. You can use this tool to access your Containership Kubernetes clusters by following this guide.
Before you can begin using
kubectl , you must first run a few commands to set the context . After the context is set, all subsequent
kubectl commands will execute against this cluster, until you switch contexts, by using the
kubectl config use-context
command. This allows you to use a single
~/.kube/config file, to execute commands on separate clusters, in multiple environments.
- First, select the cluster you want to configure credentials with from the cluster list menu (you must have previously attached your cluster to the Containership Cloud UI).
2. Navigate to the bottom of the Cluster Overivew Page and click "Show" next to the "kubectl connection info" block
3. Then, click each line of the expanded terminal commands and copy them to your local terminal.
kubectl commands will run against your Containership cluster, until you explicitly switch contexts.