Your local time is:

Click on kubernetes services

Here you need to specify your cluster name and dns name prefix.
Kubernetes version well I prefer to use default.

Now lets look at more interesting stuff running nodes I picked b2s and I hope its pretty sufficient for my docker container.

so I decide to use  b2s and 1 node

Autoscale? No ;)

next options I leaved as default, then the azure monitor I say I don’t need it.
No tags and then just after review click create.
From this point Azure creates a Kubernetes Cluster with one node .
By the way did you notice the notifications which Azure produced the whole time, I think its pretty cool feature, because its not in your face but still make aware that something happens.
After the Kubernetes cluster was create its time to deploy the docker container to kubernetes
So there exist a kubernetes dashboard here is explanation how to activate it!
in console type: az aks browse --resource-group resourcename  --name kubernetesclustername
or just: kubectl proxy
so log into your kubernetes console
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