In this guide we will examine how you can deploy pods on your Azure Kubernetes Cluster with Azure devops. In order to getting started you will need to create an AKS cluster under a resource group and connect this cluster with azure devops. After the creation you will need to connect with the cluster and export the kubeconfig file for the ado service connection.
You can do that by pressing connect
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Kubernetes dashboard is a helpful UI application that presents all your resources inside your k8s cluster. As most people prefer GUI instead of single commands, this tool can make your k8s administration experience better.
When you install docker desktop on your local or development machines, you can select to also include a k8s installation with it. You can locate all your Kubernetes settings using the Docker Desktop UI.
The local cluster is composed of only one node, the computer itself.
In order to install dashboard first run the below kubectl apply command: