• command_type (required): The command type to operate on the k8s cluster (get_pods, get_pvc, get_node_pressure).


Azure AKS Provider currently support the query function.

Authentication Parameters

The Azure AKS Provider uses subscription_id, resource_name, resource_group_name, client_id, client_secret and tenant_id to allow you to query your cluster resources. You need to provide the following authentication parameters to connect:

  • subscription_id (required): The subscription id of your azure account.
  • client_id (required): The client id from your rbac config generated in azure.
  • client_secret (required): The client secret from your rbac config generated in azure.
  • tenant_id (required): The tenant id from your rbac config generated in azure.
  • resource_group_name (required): The resource group name where your aks is created.
  • resource_name (required): The cluster name of your aks.

Connecting with the Provider

To connect to Azure AKS, follow below steps:

  1. Log in to your Azure account.
  2. Go to your kubernetes service page and click on Connect button and then click on Open Cloud Shell.
  3. Run az ad sp create-for-rbac --role owner --scopes /subscriptions/<YOUR_SUBSCRIPTION_ID> in the cloud shell, you will get response similar to:
       "appId": "xxxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxxx-xxxx",
       "displayName": "azure-cli-2023-11-06-13-00-52",
       "password": "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx",
       "tenant": "xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxx-xxxxx"
    In above JSON object, the appId is client_id, password is client_secret and tenant is tenant_id


  • This provider allows you to interact with Azure AKS to query resources in kubernetes cluster.