AWS Kubernetes

How to connect to an AWS DocumentDB from a Kubernetes Pod

By |August 14th, 2019|

If you’re using AWS DocumentDB with Kubernetes and you want to connect to your DocumentDB cluster, you’ll first need to configure your AWS and Kubectl command line interfaces. You can learn how to use the AWS CLI and Kubectl here.

After you’re able to connect to your Kubernetes cluster via the AWS command line, you’ll need […]

Troubleshooting and migrating your secured AWS DocumentDB inside Kubernetes

By |August 14th, 2019|

In this article, we explain a few tools to manage your AWS DocumentDB inside Kubernetes.

1) Launching a MongoDB client pod to connect to AWS DocumentDB

Using the following command

kubectl run -i –rm –tty mongo-client –image=mvertes/alpine-mongo –restart=Never –command — /bin/bash

You will get shell access to a pod inside the k8s environment that will allow you to […]

Managing your AWS Kubernetes Cluster from the command line – Part 2

By |June 13th, 2019|

In our last blog post on managing AWS Kubernetes from the command line, we taught you how to list the names of the available pods. You can find that post here.

Once you have the list of pods, you can then perform a number of operations from the command line directly against the pod using kubectl. […]

Managing your AWS Kubernetes Cluster from the command line – Part 1

By |June 13th, 2019|

AWS Kubernetes can be managed via the command line through the use of a combination of aws-cli, kubectl, and aws-okta. These instructions primarily apply to AWS EKS.

To install these command line interfaces on your Mac OS X, use Homebrew.

brew install awscli

Next, use Homebrew to install kubectl .

brew install kubernetes-cli

If you’re like most enterprises and your […]