This section describes the usage of cluster templates in the KKP.
Cluster templates are designed to standardize and simplify the creation of Kubernetes clusters. A cluster template is a
reusable cluster template object. The more details about cluster template you can find here: cluster template guide
Create Cluster Template
There are two ways to create cluster template. First, you can do this during the cluster creation in the last
Save Cluster Template to create the template. Now you can specify the name and scope.
The newly created cluster template is visible in
Cluster Templates menu:
You can also create a cluster template in this view. You will be redirected to the cluster creation wizard.
Using Cluster Templates
On the right side, you can find the action buttons:
- Edit Cluster Template
- Create Clusters from Template
- Delete Cluster Template
Create Clusters from Template
User can pick the desired template and specify number of cluster instances. The cluster template doesn’t create any link to the clusters. They work independently.
Edit Cluster Template
From cluster template list, users can select to edit the cluster template, the wizard will walk you through each step from the cluster template creation wizard.
Finally, user can choose to either update the existing cluster template or create a new cluster template that contains all the modifications.
Delete Cluster Template