With VMware Cloud Foundation Remote Clusters, you can expand a VI workload domain at the central location by adding a vSphere cluster at a remote location. You can also enable VMware Cloud Foundation with Tanzu on a cluster deployed at a remote site.

Before adding a cluster at a remote location, you must ensure the VMware Cloud Foundation Remote Clusters prerequisites are completed. See Prerequisites for VMware Cloud Foundation Remote Clusters.

For information on adding a cluster, see Add a vSphere Cluster to a Workload Domain. For information on enabling VMware Cloud Foundation with Tanzu on a cluster deployed at a remote site, see Workload Management.