Installing Kontena Platform Master on Azure (classic)

Prerequisites

Install Kontena CLI Plugin

$ kontena plugin install azure

Creating Azure Management Certificate

You can use OpenSSL to create your management certificates. Two certificates are necessary: One for the server (a .cer file) and one for the client (a .pem file). To create the .pem file, execute this command:

openssl req -x509 -nodes -days 365 -newkey rsa:1024 -keyout mycert.pem -out mycert.pem

To create the .cer certificate, execute this command:

openssl x509 -inform pem -in mycert.pem -outform der -out mycert.cer

For more information about Azure certificates, see Certificates Overview for Azure Cloud Services. For a complete description of OpenSSL parameters, see the documentation at http://www.openssl.org/docs/apps/openssl.html.

After you have created these files, you will need to upload the .cer file to Azure via the "Upload" action of the "Settings" tab of the Azure classic portal, and you will need to make note of where you saved the .pem file.

Install Kontena Platform Master

$ kontena azure master create

Advanced Install Options

Usage:
    kontena azure master create [OPTIONS]

Options:
    --subscription-id SUBSCRIPTION ID Azure subscription id
    --subscription-cert CERTIFICATE Path to Azure management certificate
    --size SIZE                   SIZE (default: "Small")
    --network NETWORK             Virtual Network name
    --subnet SUBNET               Subnet name
    --ssh-key SSH KEY             SSH private key file
    --location LOCATION           Location (default: "West Europe")
    --ssl-cert SSL CERT           SSL certificate file
    --vault-secret VAULT_SECRET   Secret key for Vault
    --vault-iv VAULT_IV           Initialization vector for Vault
    --version VERSION             Define installed Kontena version (default: "latest")

Updating Kontena Platform Master

By default, Kontena Platform Master will track latest version tag of Kontena, and will auto-update when the host is rebooted. This auto-update process can be forced by executing following command in the Kontena Platform Master host:

$ sudo systemctl restart kontena-server-api

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