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After creating the cluster, kops will create a new
kubectlcontext and set it as the active context. Note the name of the context as you will need it when configuring the Garden's Kubernetes plugin.
You can check that your cluster is ready by running:
kops validate cluster
IAM users or roles need the following AWS permissions to interact with your EKS cluster: eks:DescribeCluster eks:AccessKubernetesApi
You can select these when creating the policy through the UI, or with this JSON version:
"Resource": "<arn identifier>"