konvoy

Deploy and manage Kubernetes clusters

konvoy

Deploy and manage Kubernetes clusters

Synopsis

Deploy and manage Kubernetes clusters

Options

  -h, --help   help for konvoy

SEE ALSO

  • konvoy apply - Updates certain configuration in the existing kubeconfig file
  • konvoy check - Run checks on the health of the cluster
  • konvoy completion - Output shell completion code for the specified shell (bash or zsh)
  • konvoy config - Manage installation related configuration
  • konvoy cordon - Marks nodes as unschedulable
  • konvoy create - Creates a new node pool in the cluster configuration
  • konvoy deploy - Deploy a fully functioning Kubernetes cluster and addons
  • konvoy destroy - Destroy cluster resources
  • konvoy diagnose - Creates a diagnostics bundle of the cluster
  • konvoy diff - Print the difference between two resources
  • konvoy down - Destroy the Kubernetes cluster
  • konvoy drain - Drains Pods from machines managed by konvoy
  • konvoy generate - Generates artifacts
  • konvoy get - Get cluster related information
  • konvoy image - Run Konvoy CLI images related actions
  • konvoy init - Create the provision and deploy configuration with default values
  • konvoy provision - Provision the nodes according to the provided Terraform variables file
  • konvoy pull - Pull cluster state
  • konvoy push - Push cluster state
  • konvoy reset - Remove any modifications to the nodes made by the installer, and cleanup file artifacts
  • konvoy scale - Changes the node pool’s number of machines in the cluster configuration
  • konvoy uncordon - Marks nodes in the node pool as schedulable
  • konvoy up - Run provision, and deploy (kubernetes, container-networking, and addons) to create or update a Kubernetes cluster reflecting the provided configuration and inventory files
  • konvoy view - Views various artifacts

konvoy apply

Updates certain configuration in the existing kubeconfig file…Read More

konvoy check

Run checks on the health of the cluster…Read More

konvoy completion

Output shell completion code for the specified shell (bash or zsh)…Read More

konvoy config

Manage installation related configuration…Read More

konvoy cordon

Marks nodes as unschedulable…Read More

konvoy create

Creates a new node pool in the cluster configuration…Read More

konvoy deploy

Deploy a fully functioning Kubernetes cluster and addons…Read More

konvoy destroy

Destroy cluster resources…Read More

konvoy diagnose

Creates a diagnostics bundle of the cluster…Read More

konvoy diff

Print the difference between two resources…Read More

konvoy down

Destroy the Kubernetes cluster…Read More

konvoy drain

Drains Pods from machines managed by konvoy…Read More

konvoy generate

Generates artifacts…Read More

konvoy get

Get cluster related information…Read More

konvoy image

Run Konvoy CLI images related actions…Read More

konvoy init

Create the provision and deploy configuration with default values…Read More

konvoy provision

Provision the nodes according to the provided Terraform variables file…Read More

konvoy pull

Pull cluster state…Read More

konvoy push

Push cluster state…Read More

konvoy reset

Remove any modifications to the nodes made by the installer, and cleanup file artifacts…Read More

konvoy scale

Changes the node pool's number of machines in the cluster configuration…Read More

konvoy uncordon

Marks nodes in the node pool as schedulable…Read More

konvoy up

Run provision, and deploy (kubernetes, container-networking, and addons) to create or update a Kubernetes cluster reflecting the provided configuration and inventory files…Read More

konvoy view

Views various artifacts…Read More

Environment variables

Configure the Konvoy CLI with environment variables…Read More