You have installed the Konvoy component and created a cluster. Now it is time to Install Kommander which will allow you to access the UI and attach new or existing clusters to monitor.

Install Kommander

To customize your Kommander Installer Configuration File (custom domains and certificates, HTTP proxy, Storage Class, etc.), see Kommander Additional Install Configuration for more details.

In the following command, the --kubeconfig=${CLUSTER_NAME}.conf flag ensures that you set the context to install Kommander on the right cluster. For alternatives and recommendations around setting your context, refer to Provide Context for Commands with a kubeconfig File.

Install Kommander (without a custom configuration file):

dkp install kommander --kubeconfig=${CLUSTER_NAME}.conf

TIP: Sometimes, applications require a longer period of time to deploy, which causes the installation to time out. Add the --wait-timeout <time to wait> flag and specify a period of time (for example, 1h) to allocate more time to the deployment of applications.

Next Step:

AWS FIPS: Verify Install and Log in the UI