How do you want to deploy Kaptain?
You can install Kaptain:
- On public cloud infrastructure, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, or Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
- On a company-internal network with a physical (bare metal) or virtual infrastructure.
- On a company-internal network or VPC (virtual private cloud) without an internet connection: air-gapped/private/offline clusters.
The infrastructure you select determines the specific requirements for a successful installation.
Before you begin
Kaptain is a DKP Catalog application. To use it, add it to your repository and then deploy it on selected workspaces. No downloads are necessary for networked environments. For users deploying to air-gapped environments, refer to the download page.
You can deploy Kaptain to single and multi-cluster environments. The difference between these setups is the following: In a single-cluster environment (with an Essential license), you deploy on one Management cluster only. In a multi-cluster environment (with an Enterprise license), Kaptain is deployed to either one or several Managed clusters or to Attached clusters.
You can deploy Kaptain on a per-workspace basis.
A DKP cluster with the following Platform applications enabled:
- Knative (optional, if KServe is configured to work in
kubectlon your installation machine
To install and deploy Kaptain for the first time, proceed with these steps:
Install Kaptain on an on-premises cluster
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Add Kaptain to DKP Catalog Applications
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Add Kaptain to your DKP Catalog applications on air-gapped environments for DKP 2.1
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Add Kaptain to your DKP Catalog applications on air-gapped environments for DKP 2.2
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Deploy Kaptain on DKP 2.x
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