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This is documentation for Rasa Enterprise Documentation v1.0.x, which is no longer actively maintained.
For up-to-date documentation, see the latest version (1.2.x).

Version: 1.0.x

Requirements

Requirements

  • AWS account with the IAM permissions listed on the EKS module Documentations
  • a configured AWS CLI
  • AWS IAM Authenticator
  • eksctl
  • kubectl
  • wget

Install & configure the AWS CLI

To install the AWS CLI, follow these instructions or choose a package manager based on your operating system.

Use the package manager homebrew to install the AWS CLI:

brew install awscli

After you've installed the AWS CLI, configure it by running aws configure.

When prompted, enter your AWS Access Key ID, Secret Access Key, region and output format.

$ aws configure
AWS Access Key ID [None]: YOUR_AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID
AWS Secret Access Key [None]: YOUR_AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY
Default region name [None]: YOUR_AWS_REGION
Default output format [None]: json

If you don't have AWS Access Credentials, create your AWS Access Key ID and Secret Access Key by navigating to your service credentials in the IAM service on AWS. Click "Create access key" here and download the file. This file contains your access credentials.

Your default region can be found in the AWS Web Management Console beside your username. Select the region drop down to find the region name (eg. us-east-1) corresponding with your location.

Install eksctl

Use the package manager homebrew to install the eksctl CLI:

brew tap weaveworks/tap
brew update
brew install weaveworks/tap/eksctl

Test that your installation was successful with the following command.

eksctl version

Install AWS IAM Authenticator

To install the AWS IAM Authenticator, follow these instructions or choose a package manager based on your operating system.

Use the package manager homebrew to install the IAM Authenticator:

brew install aws-iam-authenticator

Install kubectl

To install kubectl (Kubernetes CLI), follow these instructions or choose a package manager based on your operating system.

Use the package manager homebrew to install kubectl:

brew install kubernetes-cli

Install wget

To install the wget, follow these instructions or choose a package manager based on your operating system.

Use the package manager homebrew to install the wget:

brew install wget