Users can use the controller to provision and operate GKE clusters on GCP.
GKE Lifecycle Management¶
Users can leverage the controller's native integration with GCP to
- Provision and manage the lifecycle of GKE Clusters in all supported GCP regions.
- Create and maintain version controlled, declarative cluster specifications in their Git Repositories
- Use declarative, cluster specifications to provision GKE clusters in minutes with a high level of automation.
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GKE Cluster Lifecycle can be managed through various methods:
The below matrix presents a breakdown of actions like creation, updating, deletion, publish/unpublish Kubernetes Namespaces across multiple deployment methods: Interactive UI, Declarative RCTL commands, API-driven automation, and Terraform.
Users that use an alternate approach for GKE cluster provisioning such as Terraform etc can import these clusters for visibility, monitoring and workload operations.
We have quick start exercise to explore the platform's capabilities for "Lifecycle Management" of GKE Cluster.