As a vSphere administrator, you can create a Supervisor Namespace, set CPU, memory, and storage limits to the namespace, assign permissions, and activate the namespace service on a cluster as a template. As a result, DevOps engineers can create a Supervisor Namespace in a self-service manner and deploy workloads within it.

Self-Service Namespace Creation and Configuration Workflow

As a vSphere administrator, you can create a Supervisor Namespace, set CPU, memory, and storage limits to the namespace, assign permissions, and provision or activate the namespace service on a cluster as a template.
Figure 1. Self-service Namespace Template Provisioning Workflow
As a DevOps engineer, you can create a Supervisor Namespace in a self-service manner and deploy workloads within it. You can share it with other DevOps engineers or delete it when it is no longer required.
Figure 2. Self-service Namespace Creation Workflow