You can remove a Kubernetes cluster from the Carbon Black Cloud console to stop observing it.

Procedure

  1. Sign in to the Carbon Black Cloud console.
  2. On the left navigation pane, do one of the following depending on your system configuration and role:
    • If you are assigned Kubernetes Security DevOps role and your system has only Containers Security feature,

      select Inventory > Clusters.

    • If you are assigned any other role role and your system has Containers Security and other Carbon Black Cloud features,

      select Inventory > Kubernetes > Clusters.

  3. Find the cluster you want to remove from Carbon Black Cloud and click the icon at the end of the row.
    Delete Cluster window appears.
  4. To delete the Kubernetes Sensor and the Carbon Black Cloud Operator from your cluster, copy the command from the Delete Cluster window, and run it in the terminal of your Kubernetes environment.
    This step deletes the Kubernetes Sensor and the Carbon Black Cloud Operator from your cluster.
    Important: If you execute the command, without removing the cluster from the Carbon Black Cloud console in the next step, the cluster status becomes Critical after certain time. You can add the cluster again or remove it.
  5. Click Delete.
    This step removes the Kubernetes cluster from the Carbon Black Cloud console.
    Important: If you click Delete, without executing the command from the previous step, the Kubernetes Sensor and the Carbon Black Cloud Operator remain on your cluster without any activity on it. We recommend doing both - executing the command and removing the cluster.

Results

Deleting a cluster removes it from the Kubernetes clusters list on the Clusters tab.