How to find the argocd server URL?

I installed 1-click ArgoCD app on my digitalocean k8s cluster and see the following output for kubectl get pods:

argocd argocd-application-controller-<some digits> 1/1 Running 0 2m3s argocd argocd-dex-server-<some digits> 1/1 Running 1 2m3s argocd argocd-redis-<some digits> 1/1 Running 0 2m3s argocd argocd-repo-server-<some digits> 1/1 Running 0 2m3s argocd argocd-server-<some digits> 1/1 Running 0 2m2s

The doc on says use the loadBalancer IP or host name for ArgoCD server. How do I find this info?

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Bobby Iliev
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August 9, 2021
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The 1-Click Kubernetes installation for Argo CD automatically creates a Managed Load Balancer.

You can find your IP by going to your DigitalOcean Control panel -> then click on Networking -> then click on Load Balancer and there you will see your active Load Balancer. Once you click on that Load Balancer, you will see the IP address in question.

Hope that this helps. Regards, Bobby

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