In AKS' web UI under Kubernetes Services, choose Create Kubernetes Service.

Fill out the project & cluster details.

Install Azure CLI tools (see the official docs for platform-specific instructions).

Now run:

az login
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 NAME and CLUSTER equal to the cluster name you chose previously.

Select this context if it isn't already selected.

Run kubectl get ns to verify that you're able to connect to your Azure cluster.

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