Building an AKS Cluster

Mohammad Darab continues a series on Big Data Clusters by creating a Kubernetes pod in Azure Kubernetes Service:

Next, we will create a resource group by executing the following command:
az group create –name nameOfMyresourceGroup –location eastus2

Once you execute the above command, you can go into the Azure portal and refresh your resource group pane and see the newly created resource group.

Once that is setup, it’s time to create the actual Kubernetes cluster.

Click through for the full set of instructions.

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