• CEO Alexander Orlovsky:

We need to deploy the container into Kubernetes cluster!!!

Read this tutorial how to install web ui for Kubernetes, trough which later we able to deploy the container, there is no obvious need to write yml file like in my case!
One thing to mention that your running the Kubernetes UI via Proxy on your machine, but it's better experience then doing trough yml files via console, because then you don’t need to create deployment yml files at all, i hate doing that manually , do you?!
During the deployment via kubernetes web ui there would be a questions about
Port and target port, I was quite puzzled what it means but, you need to set up port for incoming request and the target port where your server or app configured to response in your docker container!
Its actually pretty easy, you start up your kubernetes web view, then there you will find deployments page , where you need to specify the name of your webapp, url to container image and as i already mentioned the ports (here i do reference for external type of deployment)
Here is a list of useful tutorials about Kubernetes web view, please notice the links below  on kubernetes page will be after some time unavailable so i recommend to save them as pdf files and store in your storage for further reference!
FINALLY HOW TO GET THE PUBLIC ADDRESS: you need to run this command on your local machine , where your kubernetes aws configured: kubectl describe services

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