Container Service for Kubernetes provides enterprise-level high-performance and scalable management of Kubernetes containerized applications throughout the application lifecycle. This service simplifies cluster creation and scaling and integrates Alibaba Cloud capabilities in virtualization, storage, network, and security, providing an improved running environment for Kubernetes containerized applications.


Note We recommend that you use the same Alibaba Cloud account or RAM user account for Container Service and EDAS. If you use different RAM user accounts, make sure they belong to the same Alibaba Cloud account and have been authorized.

Step 1: Create Container Service Kubernetes clusters in the Container Service for Kubernetes console

Log on to the Container Service console, Quickly create a Kubernetes cluster

Step 2: Import Container Service Kubernetes clusters into the EDAS console

  1. Log on to the EDAS console.
  2. In the left-side navigation pane, choose Resources > Clusters.
  3. On the Clusters page, click Container Service K8s Cluster. In the cluster list, find the Container Service Kubernetes cluster you created and click Import in the Actions column. In the Import Kubernetes Cluster dialog box, click Import.

    When the option in the Actions column changes to Delete and the cluster status is Running, the Container Service Kubernetes cluster has been imported successfully to EDAS.

View and manage Container Service Kubernetes clusters

Click the cluster ID of the target Container Service Kubernetes cluster. On the Cluster Details page, you can view details of the cluster, ECS instances, applications, and service mesh installation information.

  • Cluster Information: this section displays the basic information of the cluster, including the cluster ID, csClusterID, cluster name, namespace, cluster type, Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) VPC ID, network type, cluster status, and cluster description.
  • ECS instance: this section displays the ECS instances in the cluster, overview of the ECS instances, and actions that you can perform on the ECS instances, such as removal, and billing method change.
    • You can select the check boxes on the left of the ECS instances to be removed, click Bulk removal, and then follow the instructions to complete the subsequent operations.
    • You can select the check boxes on the left of the ECS instances to be subcontracted and click Pay-per-volume subcontracting year-month, then follow the instructions to complete the subsequent operations.
  • Applications: this section lists the applications in a cluster. You can view the application name, JDK version, application runtime environment, total number of instances, number of running instances, and application owner. You can click the name of an application to go to the Application Details page.