You can register Tanzu Kubernetes Grid management clusters with Tanzu Mission Control. Registering Tanzu Kubernetes Grid management clusters with Tanzu Mission Control allows you to provision and manage Tanzu Kubernetes clusters by using the Tanzu Mission Control dashboard interface.

Prerequisites

To register your Tanzu Kubernetes Grid management cluster with Tanzu Mission Control, you must be a member of a VMware Cloud Services organization that has access to Tanzu Mission Control.

For more information, see Getting Started with VMware Tanzu Mission Control in the Tanzu Mission Control documentation.

Management clusters that you register in Tanzu Mission Control must be production clusters with multiple control plane nodes. This configuration allows Tanzu Mission Control to support complete lifecycle management for Tanzu Kubernetes clusters that are managed by the management cluster.

For more information, see Requirements for Registering a Tanzu Kubernetes Cluster with Tanzu Mission Control in the Tanzu Mission Control documentation.

Supported Providers

At time of publication, you can only register Tanzu Kubernetes Grid management clusters that are deployed on certain infrastructure providers.

For a list of currently supported providers, see Requirements for Registering a Tanzu Kubernetes Cluster with Tanzu Mission Control in the Tanzu Mission Control documentation.

Procedure

To register your Tanzu Kubernetes Grid management cluster, perform the following steps:

  1. Obtain a Tanzu Mission Control registration URL by following the steps in Register a Management Cluster with Tanzu Mission Control in the Tanzu Mission Control documentation.
  2. Complete the registration of the management cluster by following the steps in Complete the Registration of a Management Cluster in vSphere in the Tanzu Mission Control documentation.

    This procedure creates a namespace called vmware-system-tmc and then installs the Tanzu Mission Control cluster agent on the management cluster. The installation process may take a few minutes.

  3. (Optional) After you successfully register a management cluster, you can add any existing Tanzu Kubernetes clusters that are currently managed by the management cluster to Tanzu Mission Control. To manage these clusters in Tanzu Mission Control, see Add a Workload Cluster into Tanzu Mission Control Management in the Tanzu Mission Control documentation.

What's Next

After you register your management cluster, you can use Tanzu Mission Control to deploy, manage, and monitor your Tanzu Kubernetes clusters.

For more information about how Tanzu Mission Control allows you to manage Tanzu Kubernetes clusters, see Managing the Lifecycle of Tanzu Kubernetes Clusters in the Tanzu Mission Control documentation set.

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