Amazon EKS Integration

Build, test, configure, and deploy your first container to K8s in minutes.

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Wave separation

Create EKS Cluster

From Amazon console, follow the instructions to create a cluster.

Add Cluster to Codefresh

Once a cluster is added, it will show up in the Kubernetes dashboard and be available as a deployment target.

Add service

Add services and deploy containers from the Kubernetes dashboard.

Deploy and Automate

Add deploy steps to pipelines, manage config maps/secrets, etc.

Flip The Switch, Go Advanced

Codefresh has smart defaults to get you up and running. When you’re ready, add your own deployment and service yml.

Advanced Simple

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