Kubernetes is contagious and nowadays hard to ignore. So we decided to look into EKS to see how it would work for
our microservice suite. As of today, there are 2 ways of creating (official) an EKS cluster:
eksctl via CLI or
point and click through the Web-UI.
We have multiple accounts and use services in multiple regions, so I developed a custom CloudFormation template to build our EKS cluster with StackSets. While this worked perfectly, I found an issue of not being able to access the cluster at all.