For this workshop we'll be using the IBM Cloud Shell as work environment. The IBM Cloud Shell is a cloud-based shell that you can access through your browser. It is preconfigured with the full IBM Cloud CLI and other 3rd party CLIs like OpenShift's
kubectl, etc. You can find the list of installed plug-ins here.
When using the IBM Cloud Shell, no client side setup is required for this workshop, it comes with all necessary CLIs (command line tools).
In your browser, login to the IBM Cloud Dashboard. Make sure you select your own account in the account list at the top, then click on the IBM Cloud Shell icon.
This opens a new browser tab with your IBM Cloud Shell session.
Note: Your workspace includes 500 MB of temporary storage. This session will close after an hour of inactivity. If you don't have any active sessions for an hour or you reach the 50-hour weekly usage limit, your workspace data is removed.
You should see you personal ID as
Current account: [User]'s Account':
If you want to perform this workshop locally on your own workstation, you need a local terminal and the following tools:
In the IBM Cloud Shell execute the following command:
git clone https://github.com/IBM/cloud-native-starter.gitcd cloud-native-starter/securityROOT_FOLDER=$(pwd)echo $ROOT_FOLDER
Open provided Kubernetes cluster again in your browser tab, with the IBM Cloud web console. Switch from your own account to the provided IBM account.
Switch back to the 1840867-IBM account by clicking on the account selection drop down in the top navigation bar.
Click on your cluster.
Access on the left-hand side, here you see all steps to access your Kubernetes Cluster in a terminal session. You can easily copy and paste the given commands.
Now copy and paste all these commands in sequence in your open IBM Cloud Shell terminal session.
Browser tab - IBM Cloud web console
Broswer tab - IBM CLoud Shell
Note: To access the pre-provisioned IBM Cloud Kubernetes Cluster, select the correct account (1840867-Advowork) during login.
Select an account:1. Thomas Südbröcker's Account (641XXXXXXXXe) <-> 1234562. Advowork (e2bXXXXXXXX4) <-> 1840867Enter a number> 2
Enter the following command to display the name of your cluster, its ID, and a few other things.
ibmcloud ks cluster ls
Name ID State Created Workers Location Version Resource Group Name Providermycluster-ams03-b3c.4x16 bsk19dhd0efh3hp3b05g normal 1 day ago 2 Dallas 1.17.9_1534 default classic
Create an environment variable $MYCLUSTER that contains the name of your cluster, e.g.
Congratulations, you have successfully completed this the setup. Awesome :star: