Important: RKE add-on install is only supported up to Rancher v2.0.8
Please use the Rancher helm chart to install HA Rancher. For details, see the HA Install - Installation Outline.
If you are currently using the RKE add-on install method, see Migrating from an HA RKE Add-on Install for details on how to move to using the helm chart.
Configuring an Amazon ALB is a multistage process. We’ve broken it down into multiple tasks so that it’s easy to follow.
Begin by creating one target group for the http protocol. You’ll add your Linux nodes to this group.
Add your Linux nodes to the target group.
Use Amazon’s Wizard to create an Application Load Balancer. As part of this process, you’ll add the target groups you created in 1. Create Target Groups.
Create Target Group
Your first ALB configuration step is to create one target group for HTTP.
Log into the Amazon AWS Console to get started.
The document below will guide you through this process. Use the data in the tables below to complete the procedure.
Target Group (HTTP)
|Target Group Name||
|VPC||Choose your VPC|
Next, add your Linux nodes to your target group.
Create Your ALB
Use Amazon’s Wizard to create an Application Load Balancer. As part of this process, you’ll add the target group you created in Create Target Group.
From your web browser, navigate to the Amazon EC2 Console.
From the navigation pane, choose LOAD BALANCING > Load Balancers.
Click Create Load Balancer.
Choose Application Load Balancer.
Complete the Step 1: Configure Load Balancer form.
- IP address type:
Add the Load Balancer Protocols and Load Balancer Ports below.
- Select Your VPC and Availability Zones.
Complete the Step 2: Configure Security Settings form.
Configure the certificate you want to use for SSL termination.
Complete the Step 3: Configure Security Groups form.
Complete the Step 4: Configure Routing form.
From the Target Group drop-down, choose Existing target group.
Add target group
Complete Step 5: Register Targets. Since you registered your targets earlier, all you have to do it click Next: Review.
Complete Step 6: Review. Look over the load balancer details and click Create when you’re satisfied.
After AWS creates the ALB, click Close.