Use VMware Tanzu Mission Control to create a provisioner in your management cluster.
To create workload clusters in your Tanzu Kubernetes Grid management cluster, you must have a provisioner. For more information about provisioners and Tanzu Kubernetes clusters, see Cluster Lifecycle Management in VMware Tanzu Mission Control Concepts.
Make sure you have the appropriate permissions to create a provisioner.
- For a Tanzu Kubernetes cluster running in vSphere, AWS, or Azure, you add a provisioner by creating a namespace in the management cluster, which you can do using
kubectl. For more information, see Create Namespaces in the Management Cluster in the VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Product Documentation.
- For a Tanzu Kubernetes cluster running in vSphere with Tanzu, you add a provisioner by creating a vSphere namespace in the Supervisor Cluster, which you can do in your vSphere environment. For more information, see Configuring and Managing vSphere Namespaces in the vSphere with Tanzu Configuration and Management documentation.