Connecting to your Burp Suite Enterprise Edition Kubernetes cluster
Last updated: November 11, 2021
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In some cases, you may need to use the
kubectl command-line tool to interact with your Kubernetes cluster. For example, you can use this for troubleshooting or to reset your admin user password if you get locked out of the Burp Suite Enterprise Edition web interface.
kubectl commands, you first need to connect to the relevant Kubernetes cluster. The process for doing this depends on your cloud provider.
Connecting to your Kubernetes cluster on AWS
From the AWS Management Console, launch AWS CloudShell.
Run the following command to fetch the cluster name:
EKS_CLUSTER_NAME=$(aws cloudformation describe-stacks --stack-name <your-CloudFormation-stack-name> --query "Stacks.Outputs | [?OutputKey=='EksClusterName'].OutputValue" --output text)
Run the following command to connect to the Burp Suite Enterprise Edition cluster:
aws eks update-kubeconfig --name $EKS_CLUSTER_NAME
Connecting to your Kubernetes cluster on Azure
In Azure Portal, open your resource group and select the Burp Suite Enterprise Edition Kubernetes cluster. The name should begin with
bseeCluster, followed by a unique identifier.
From the cluster overview page, click Connect.
Follow the on-screen instructions to connect to your cluster.