In this section, you can learn how to create, manage, and remove Kubernetes clusters using
VMware Cloud Director Container Service Extension. The primary tools for these operations are the
vcd cse client command and the Kubernetes Container Clusters UI plug-in that accompanies
VMware Cloud Director.
Kubernetes Container Clusters UI Plug-in for VMware Cloud Director VMware Cloud Director 10.3 offers users access to the Kubernetes Container Clusters UI plug-in. In this section, you can learn how to view, create and manage clusters.
Create a Kubernetes Cluster Using VMware Cloud Director Container Service Extension, you can deploy two types of Kubernetes clusters: Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKGm) and Native Kubernetes Cluster.
Expose a Kubernetes Cluster This section details how to expose Native and TKGm clusters.
Configure a Default Storage Class Starting with VMware Cloud Director Container Service Extension 3.1.3, you can optionally configure a default storage class when you create a TKGm cluster and use this storage class when you install applications. This feature automates steps for the tenant users to manage the TKGm cluster for their developers in their organization. This feature is only applicable to TKGm clusters.
Useful Commands This section details useful commands you can reference during Kubernetes Cluster Management in