After you have completed the required configurations in your workload domain, you can deploy vSphere with Kubernetes in your SDDC. Procedure Create a Storage Policy for vSphere with Kubernetes in Region ABefore you enable vSphere with Kubernetes, create storage policies for the Supervisor Cluster and namespaces. The policies represent datastores available in the vSphere environment. They control the storage placement of such objects as control plane VMs, pod ephemeral disks, container images, and persistent storage volumes. When you use VMware Tanzu™ Kubernetes Grid™ Service, the storage policies also dictate how the Tanzu Kubernetes Cluster nodes are deployed. Add Network Segments for vSphere with Kubernetes in Region ACreate network segments in NSX-T Data Center for the workload domain. You use the network segments to connect network profiles defined in vSphere with Kubernetes. Configure IP Prefixes on the Tier-0 Gateway in Region A Define IP Prefixes on the Tier-0 Gateway for use by the Supervisor Cluster. You configure the IP Prefixes so their corresponding routes are advertised northbound via BGP. Configure Route Maps on the Tier-0 Gateway in Region AConfigure and apply a route map on the Tier-0 Gateway. You apply this configuration to instruct the Tier-0 Gateway to advertise the routes defined in the previous task. Deploy vSphere with Kubernetes in Region AAfter you have configured VM policies in vSphere and added segments in NSX-T Data Center, you can deploy vSphere with Kubernetes. SDDC Manager first validates your environment then redirects you to the vSphere Client where you complete the deployment. Deploy a Supervisor Namespace for vSphere with Kubernetes in Region AAfter a Supervisor Cluster has been deployed and configured, you deploy a Supervisor Namespace on the Supervisor Cluster to run Kubernetes applications. Enable the Registry Service for vSphere with Kubernetes in Region AAfter the Supervisor Cluster is configured, enable a private image registry on the Supervisor Cluster through the Registry Service. Deploying a Tanzu Kubernetes Cluster in Region ATo run applications that require upstream Kubernetes compliance, you must provision a Tanzu Kubernetes Cluster. Tanzu Kubernetes clusters are fully upstream-compliant Kubernetes clusters that run on top of your Supervisor Cluster.