Deploying Calico and Kubernetes on AWS
There are a number of solutions for deploying Calico and Kubernetes on AWS. We recommend taking a look at the following solutions and guides which install Calico for networking and network policy on AWS.
Make sure you’ve read the Calico AWS reference guide for details on how to configure Calico and AWS.
Popular guides and tools
Heptio AWS Quickstart uses kubeadm and CloudFormation to build Kubernetes clusters on AWS using Calico for networking and network policy enforcement.
Kops is a popular Kubernetes project for launching production-ready clusters on AWS, as well as other public and private cloud environments.
CoreOS Kubernetes documentation to learn how to install, run and use Kubernetes on CoreOS Container Linux on AWS.
Kismatic Enterprise Toolkit Fully-automated, production-grade Kubernetes operations on AWS and other clouds.
StackPointCloud lets you deploy a Kubernetes cluster with Calico to AWS in 3 steps using a web-based interface.
Typhoon deploys free and minimal Kubernetes clusters with Terraform, for AWS and other platforms.
More installation options
If the out-of-the-box solutions listed above don’t meet your requirements, you can install Calico for Kubernetes on AWS using one of our self-hosted manifests, or by integrating Calico with your own configuration management.