# Azure Kubernetes Engine (AKS)

# Installation

To prepare a Kubernetes cluster on Azure with Active Directory follow this guide(opens new window) .

# Create a Cluster

> az group create \
  --name myResourceGroup \
  --location <region>

> az aks create \
  --resource-group myResourceGroup \
  --name myAKSCluster \
  --generate-ssh-keys \
  --node-count 1 \
  --aad-server-app-id <serverAppId> \
  --aad-server-app-secret <serverAppSecret> \
  --aad-client-app-id <clientAppId> \
  --aad-tenant-id <tenantId>

TIP

Now you have a working Kubernetes cluster running locally using AKS and have proper authentication using kubectl to connect to the cluster you can proceed to Kubernetic Installation guide.