You can connect to SigOpt and run experiments using any Kubernetes cluster! If you are using Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, or bringing your own cluster on AWS, use this section to learn how to connect your existing Kubernetes cluster to SigOpt.
SigOpt uses a kubeconfig file to connect to your cluster.
If you already have your kubeconfig file, you can use it to connect to SigOpt with the --kubeconfig argument:
If your output looks like the one above, you are ready to proceed to the next step. If your output looks significantly different, or contains an error, please contact your Kubernetes administrator to help you configure access to your cluster.
Connect to SigOpt
Use kubectl to copy the kubeconfig to a local file, and then connect to SigOpt.