How do I create a kubernetes load balancer on AWS? Kubernetes service basically uses kubeproxy to handle the internal traffic, but that kubeproxy ip does not have access to extrenal network. How do I go about this?
Just put the type field as LoadBalancer in your service definition. Kubernetes will automatically create AWS elastic load balancer. This should work on GKE and Openstack as well.
For an example, check out the guestbook-go example.
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