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Working as a Self-Service User on Platform9 Managed Kubernetes

By Teja Sapre

Platform9 Managed Kubernetes supports self-provisioning of applications or Helm charts on Kubernetes clusters. As a self-service user, you can deploy applications or Helm charts on Kubernetes clusters that have been… Read More

Disabling Swap on a Kubernetes Node

By Teja Sapre

Starting from Platform9 Managed Kubernetes version 3.3, all Kubernetes masters and nodes are expected to have swap disabled. This is the recommended deployment per the Kubernetes community, as mentioned in… Read More

Role-based Access Control in Platform9 Managed Kubernetes

By Teja Sapre

Starting from Platform9 Managed Kubernetes version 3.3, Kubernetes Role-based Access Control (Kubernetes RBAC) is enabled by default on all Platform9 Managed Kubernetes clusters. Roles and role bindings can be added… Read More

Accessing Remote Servers over VPN from Amazon Virtual Private Cloud

By Teja Sapre

Large enterprises, typically, have a virtual private network (VPN) configured to enable direct connect access to their corporate data center environment. Platform9 Managed Kubernetes can integrate with such a setup,… Read More

Authentication And Authorization For Managed Kubernetes

By Daniel Lipovetsky

Overview Platform9 leverages Keystone, an open source component part of the OpenStack project¬†designed to support¬†API client authentication, service discovery, and distributed multi-tenant authorization. Each Managed Kubernetes deployment comes with a… Read More

How To Create Multi-Master, Highly Available Kubernetes Clusters

By Madhura Maskasky

Managed Kubernetes supports creation of highly available, multi-master Kubernetes clusters that can tolerate the failure of one or more master nodes as well as an entire availability zone (AZ) going… Read More

Managed Kubernetes Prerequisites

By Bich Le

The article describes the prerequisites for preparing a pool of x86 (64-bit) nodes (machines) for Platform9 Managed Kubernetes. Once the nodes are provisioned, you can create multiple Kubernetes clusters. A… Read More

Preparing a CentOS or RHEL 7 system for running Platform9 Managed Kubernetes

By Bich Le

Before you can run Platform9 Managed Kubernetes, you must prepare your CentOS or RHEL machine for it. Read through and follow the general requirements checklist related to the memory and… Read More

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