1. You need to have access to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) with a unique account. If you have a federated account, you should create another one to be able to create a kubernetes cluster. This account must have either Administrator privileges or belong to a group to which a policy grants the appropriate Container Engine for Kubernetes permissions. Since my example is for R&D purposes, I will be using an account with Administrator privileges.
2. Install and configure the OCI CLI, generate an API signing key pair and add that public key to your username.
3. Create a separate compartment for the cluster and make sure your compartment has the necessary resources and your root compartments needs the policy
Allow service OKE to manage all-resources in tenancy
4. Install and setup kubectl on Windowns (tip: use Chocolatey)
5. Install helm
1. Navigate to your console
2. Under Developer Services, select "clusters"
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