In a previous blog we reviewed how to create and manage EKS Clusters on AWS. In particular we discussed: How to use a simple tool from Weaveworks eksctl to setup and use EC2 nodes, network, security, and policies to get your cluster up. Providing access to the EKS cluster and how to use a easy but non-scalable configuration to provide access (modifying aws-auth configmap in the EKS cluster). Showcased Day 2 operations with respect to cost and utilization, security in AWS, and observability.

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