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 Kubernetes clusters created through the VMware 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 VMware Tanzu™ Kubernetes Grid™ Service.
  • Kubernetes control plane VMs.
  • Networking and storage resources.