Create a Kubernetes cluster on pre-provisioned nodes in a bare metal infrastructure
The following procedure describes creating a DKP cluster on a pre-provisioned infrastructure using SSH.
Completing this procedure results in a Kubernetes cluster that includes a Container Networking Interface (CNI) and a Local Persistence Volume Static Provisioner, and that is ready for workload deployment.
Before moving to a production environment, you may want to add applications for logging and monitoring, storage, security, and other functions. You can use DKP to select and deploy applications, or deploy your own.
To get started, see these topics.