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In AKS' web UI under Kubernetes Services, choose Create Kubernetes Service.
Fill out the project & cluster details.
az aks get-credentials --resource-group [your resource group] --name [your cluster name]
This will merge an entry for your Azure cluster into your local Kubernetes config.
If you run
kubectl config get-contexts, the table shown should include a context with a
CLUSTERequal to the cluster name you chose previously.
Select this context if it isn't already selected.
kubectl get nsto verify that you're able to connect to your Azure cluster.