Should I see Kubernetes Servises in Azure Portal (my free account), if Kubernetes Cluster created using Azure AKS-Engine?

Valery Mogilevsky 61 Reputation points
2020-10-19T09:05:06.203+00:00

I created K8S Cluster using AKS-Engine. In local client I see that my services are running and working ("get pod -owide" log below)
But in Azure Portal (UI), - Kubernetes Services - empty, although, VM - created (k8s-master-39780674-0).

https://portal.azure.com/#blade/HubsExtension/BrowseResource/resourceType/Microsoft.ContainerService%2FmanagedClusters

Maybe issue because my cluster is NOT monitored?
If Yes, - how to do it from Client? I already installed helm
azmon-containers-release-1 ingress-basic 1 2020-10-19 08:02:50.240043 +0300 IDT deployed azuremonitor-containers-2.7.6 7.0.0-1

I'm trying create K8S Cluster completely automatically from my application, using Azure cli and aks-commands. And I'm looking in parallel in Portal, to be sure that all is done, same way as from Portal (so maybe you will see more questions / separate).
Sorry if I'm confusing, as I have no experience with Azure, but experienced with Openshift and K8S.

Cluster Status Summary
1
Total
0
Critical
0
Warning
0
Unknown
0
Healthy
1
Unmonitored

cloud-shell-storage-westeurope

$ oc get pod -owide
NAME READY STATUS RESTARTS AGE IP NODE NOMINATED NODE READINESS GATES
nginx-ingress-ingress-nginx-controller-76cd47bb89-28hzp 1/1 Running 0 8d 10.240.0.19 k8s-agentpool1-39780674-vmss000000 <none> <none>
nginx-ingress-ingress-nginx-controller-76cd47bb89-ffpf2 1/1 Running 0 8d 10.240.0.22 k8s-agentpool1-39780674-vmss000000 <none> <none>
service-a-8b4b57678-777hf 1/1 Running 0 4d3h 10.240.0.18 k8s-agentpool1-39780674-vmss000000 <none> <none>
service-b-8b48699d6-sbf8z 1/1 Running 0 6d17h 10.240.0.26 k8s-agentpool1-39780674-vmss000000 <none> <none>
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  1. prmanhas-MSFT 17,876 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2020-10-19T09:46:41.347+00:00

    @Valery Mogilevsky AKS engine created clusters don’t show up on the Azure Portal as managed (AKS) clusters.

    For managed AKS clusters, you would need to deploy AKS clusters as mentioned below:

    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/aks/

    On the other side, if you want to stick with “AKS engine” but would like to see it on the Azure Portal as a Kubernetes clusters, you could consider using Azure Arc for Kubernetes:

    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-arc/kubernetes/overview

    For AKS engine” page below article might be helpful:

    https://github.com/Azure/aks-engine for “AKS engine” related topics.

    If the suggested response helped you resolve your issue, do click on "Mark as Answer" and "Up-Vote" for the answer that helped you for benefit of the community.

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  1. Valery Mogilevsky 61 Reputation points
    2020-10-19T09:26:39.857+00:00

    Thank you very much for reply.
    I have one subscription (It's free account, and resources are very limited)
    This is what I see:

    Recent resources
    Name Type Last Viewed
    Azure subscription 1 Subscription a few seconds ago
    k8s-master-39780674-0 Virtual machine 15 minutes ago
    cloud-shell-storage-westeurope Resource group 24 minutes ago
    DefaultWorkspace-803fbfe1-411b-4055-aed5-a02de15bde2b-WEU Log Analytics
    workspace 5 hours ago
    valerymdockerrepo Container registry a week ago
    k8s-master-ip-cloud-shell-storage-westeurope-39780674 Public IP address a week ago
    k8s-agent-ip-outbound Public IP address a week ago
    cloud-shell-storage-westeurope-vnet Virtual network a week ago

    Thank you for help

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