This blogpost was not possible without the help of Andreas Lindeboom, my Xebia colleague of XITA. Thanks!
In case of problems with a node of a Kubernetes cluster you probably want to read the logfiles on a Node of the Kubernetes Cluster, as described here. This Kubernetes cluster is created with Azure Container Service (ACS).
I’m on Windows and want to connect to my Kubernetes Linux cluster provisioned with Azure Container Service. I want to connect in the command prompt so I can use Kubectl and I want to connect with PuTTY also. Besides this I also want to know which keys to use when provisioning the ACS Kubernetes cluster in the Azure Portal and also which key to use when provisioning with ARM templates.