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Using Your Own Domain

Using a custom domain with Kubeflow on Google Cloud

This guide assumes you have already set up Kubeflow on Google Cloud. If you haven’t done so, follow the guide to getting started with Kubeflow on Google Cloud.

Using your own domain

If you want to use your own domain instead of ${KF_NAME}.endpoints.${PROJECT}, follow these instructions after building your cluster:

  1. Remove the substitution hostname in the Kptfile.

    kpt cfg delete-subst instance hostname
  2. Create a new setter hostname in the Kptfile.

    kpt cfg create-setter instance/ hostname --field "data.hostname" --value ""
  3. Configure new setter with your own domain.

    kpt cfg set ./instance hostname <enter your domain here>
  4. Apply the changes.

    make apply-kubeflow
  5. Check Ingress to verify that your domain was properly configured.

    kubectl -n istio-system describe ingresses
  6. Get the address of the static IP address created.

    gcloud compute addresses describe ${IPNAME} --global
  7. Use your DNS provider to map the fully qualified domain specified in the third step to the above IP address.


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