The following procedure describes creating a Konvoy 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 Kommander to select and deploy applications, or deploy your own.
To get started, be sure that you have fulfilled the Prerequisites.
Fulfill the prerequisites for using a pre-provisioned infrastructure…Read More
Prerequisites when Air-Gapped
Fulfill the prerequisites for using a pre-provisioned infrastructure when Air-Gapped…Read More
Bootstrap a kind cluster…Read More
Create Necessary Secrets and Overrides
Create necessary secrets and overrides for pre-provisioned clusters…Read More
Define the cluster hosts and infrastructure…Read More
Define Control Plane Endpoint
Define the Control Plane Endpoint for your cluster…Read More
Create the Cluster
Create a Kubernetes cluster using the infrastructure definition…Read More
Make the New Cluster Self-Managed
Make the new Kubernetes cluster manage itself…Read More
Upgrade the Cluster
Upgrade my pre-provisioned Konvoy cluster to the latest Kubernetes version…Read More
Delete the Cluster
Delete the Kubernetes cluster and/or the bootstrap cluster…Read More