When a vSphere cluster is configured for Kubernetes workloads, thus becoming a Supervisor Cluster, it adds objects to the vCenter Server inventory, such as namespaces, vSphere Pods, and Tanzu Kubernetes clusters provisioned using the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service.
Under each Supervisor Cluster, you can view:
- Namespaces that represent logical applications running in the cluster.
- Resource pools for each namespace on the Supervisor Cluster.
Within every namespace, you can view:
- vSphere Pods.
- Kubernetes clusters created through the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service.
- Kubernetes control plane VMs.
- Networking and storage resources.
- User permissions for that namespace.