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Sunday, August 16, 2020

Kubernetes Dashboard

Command to create all the Kubernetes components to run the Dashboard  (

kubectl create -f

Access the application locally, command to start Kubernetes proxy server 

kubectl proxy 


Browse the Kubernetes Dashboard. 



The first time, need to authenticate with a token. Run the following command to show all Kubernetes secrets 

kubectl -n kubernetes-dashboard get secret

It shows all the secrets of the cluster. Need to retrieve the name of the secret that has a name starting with deployment-controller-token

To show the specified secret details 

kubectl -n kube-system describe secret deployment-controller-token-r5jps

Copy the token and paste it to sign the Kubernetes Dashboard. 

As you can see, there is only one instance of the pod (frontendmvc-pod) 

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