The Kubernetes guided setup helps you create a cluster configuration, and it enables the Kubernetes solution.
Go to the Kubernetes Guided Setup
From the navigation pane, go to Guided setup.
The Welcome page appears.
On the Protect tab, at the bottom of the page, click More.
Click the Kubernetes tile.
The Kubernetes setup page appears.
If you already completed the guided setup, the Apps page appears.
Create a Server Plan That You Can Use for Kubernetes
If you already have a server plan that you can use, you can skip this step.
On the Create server backup plan page, click Create a new plan, and then specify the settings for a server backup plan that you can use for the Kubernetes cluster.
Add the Kubernetes Cluster
On the Add cluster page, in the API server endpoint box, enter the API server endpoint URL.
Typically, the URL is https://kube-apiserver:kube-apiserver_port_number. If you do not have the URL, you can use the
kubectl config viewcommand.
In Name, enter a name for the cluster.
Select the authentication method to use for the cluster:
Service account: Enter the Kubernetes service account name, and then copy the token to the Service token box.
A Kubernetes service account that is used to access Kubernetes must have a cluster admin role assigned.
User name and password: Enter the user name and password.
From the Access node list, select the access node to use for the cluster.
Create an Application Group
On the Add application group page, in Name, enter a name for the application group.
Select the applications, volumes, and labels to include in the application group.
The following Kubernetes entities are displayed as applications:
CustomResourceDefinition (CRD) based applications
Applications created using Helm charts