Creating an EKS Service

Finish the Quick Start Tutorial by creating an EKS Service

In this tutorial for DuploCloud AWS, you have so far created a VPC network with configuration templates (Infrastructure and Plan), an isolated workspace (Tenant), and optionally, an RDS database instance.

Now you need to create a DuploCloud Service on top of your Infrastructure and configure the Service to run and deploy your application. In this tutorial path, we'll deploy using Docker containers, leveraging AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS).

Alternatively, you can finish this tutorial by:

For a full discussion of the benefits of EKS vs. ECS, consult this AWS blog.

Estimated time to complete remaining tutorial steps: 30-40 minutes

Deploying an AWS EKS Service in DuploCloud

For the remaining steps in this tutorial, you will:

  1. Create a Host (EC2 Instance), which serves as an AWS EKS worker node.

  2. Create a Service and applications (webapp) using the premade Docker image duplocloud/nodejs-hello:latest.

  3. Expose the Service by creating and sharing a load balancer and DNS name.

  4. Test the application.

  5. Obtain access to the container shell and kubectl for debugging.

Network Architecture and Configurations

Behind the scenes, the topology that DuploCloud creates resembles this low-level configuration in AWS.

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