For an overview of Azure Kubernetes Service, hereon AKS, see this link.

The following steps outline how to initialize an AKS cluster for use with NVMesh. Beyond that, the instructions from the previous sections apply.
Specifically, see the prerequisites for NVMesh OpensShift Operator on Azure Prerequisites. All sections apply, except that the Azure CLI should be built-in already. The following section, Deploying the AKS Cluster, describes these prerequisites for simplicity.

Login to the AKS Cluster

az aks get-credentials --resource-group <resourceGroupName> --name <clusterName>

Adding an Lsv2 Nodepool

The nodes in the node pool will provide the media from which the storage will be constructed. These nodes could be used for running other pods also or could be kept as storage elements only. These nodes will run the NVMesh Target software.

az aks nodepool add --resource-group <resourceGroupName> --cluster-name <clusterName> --name <nodePoolName> --node-vm-size <VMSize> --node-count <numberOfMachines> --ppg <ppgResourceID>


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