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Kubernetes cluster requirements
A Kubernetes cluster must meet the following requirements so you can discover and manage it from Astra.
- Kubernetes deployment
Astra supports Kubernetes clusters that are managed by Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE).
On-prem Kubernetes clusters and clusters managed by other cloud managed services are not supported at this time.
- Google Cloud region
Clusters must be running in a Google Cloud region that supports the CVS-Performance service type.
- Kubernetes version
A cluster must be running Kubernetes version 1.17 or later.
- Image type
The image type for each worker node must be Ubuntu.
- Cluster state
Clusters must be running in a healthy state and have at least one online worker node.
The cluster must reside on a VPC peered with the CVS-Performance service type (not the CVS service type). Learn how to set up peering.
- Private clusters
If the cluster is private, it must have the master authorized network set to allow the Astra IP addresses:
Astra supports all applications running on your Kubernetes clusters. Note that there is a known limitation with apps deployed from the Google Marketplace.
NetApp has validated some apps to ensure the safety and consistency of the snapshots and backups. Learn the difference between a Validated and a Standard app.
No matter which type of app that you use with Astra, you should always test the backup and restore workflow yourself to ensure that you can meet your disaster recovery requirements.
Supported web browsers
Astra supports recent versions of Firefox, Safari, and Chrome with a minimum resolution of 1280 x 720.