Create 3 different masters in 3 different regions - Kubernetes on AWS

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I know how to create a cluster with one master and multiple nodes but this time I'm trying to create a cluster with has multiple masters and multiple nodes with masters scattered around in three different regions. So 3 masters in 3 regions - one master per region. Is this even possible?
Jan 7 in Kubernetes by Ali
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Yes @Ali that's possible. You just have to add these two flags to your kops create cluster command.

--master-count int32               Set the number of masters.  Defaults to one master per master-zone
--master-zones strings             Zones in which to run masters (must be an odd number)

In your case:

--master-count 9
--master-zones us-east-1d,us-east-1b,us-east-1c
answered Jan 7 by Malana

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