Use Tectonic Installer to deploy Kubernetes clusters. Built on top of 100% open-source Kubernetes, Tectonic offers best practices solutions to cluster design and administration, including the following features:
Highly Available Kubernetes: Easily deploy multiple masters and workers of Kubernetes.
Governance and User Management: Govern with RBAC and integrate with your existing identity infrastructure: LDAP, SAML.
Secure Networking: Set up secure networking policies with Flannel and Calico.
Highly Available etcd with Disaster Recovery: Deploy HA etcd with built-in backup and restore capabilities.
Automated Operations: Easily update and maintain your infrastructure with CoreOS’s Automated Operations.
Container Linux Operating System: Leverage a lightweight Linux distribution, built for containers.
Prometheus Monitoring and AlertManager: Monitor your cluster and applications with Prometheus. Create alerts using Tectonic Console.
Logging & Auditing: Audit your infrastructure, tracking all API generated actions.
First, use Tectonic Installer to deploy a cluster on AWS using a GUI interface, or through the command line using Terraform.
Then, follow these guides to analyze, break, and watch your cluster rebuild.