AWS supports creation of kubernetes cluster with its managed kubernetes service known as Elastic Kubernetes Service. This section mainly deals with the following things

  1. Infrastructure requirements for the EKS cluster
  2. Creating EKS cluster using the onboarding CLI.
  3. Autoscaling using karpenter and its benefits
  4. Volume support as block storage and file system storage in AWS EKS.
  5. Adding support for AWS docker registry, Secrets Manager and S3 bucket.
  6. How you can authenticate your application within EKS to your AWS services