As a vSphere Administrator, you enable vSphere clusters for Kubernetes workloads, by configuring them as Supervisor Clusters. You set up storage through storage policies to accommodate container data and the disks of the Kubernetes control plance VMs. You also configure networking with NSX-T to provide connectivity to vSphere Pods and Kubernetes clusters created through the VMware Tanzu™ Kubernetes Grid™ Service. Once you have configured storage policies and networking, you configure a vSphere cluster as a Supervisor Cluster