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Kubernetes clusters

Get started with Kubernetes clusters

Contributors juliantap netapp-bcammett

Using BlueXP you can start managing Kubernetes clusters in just a few steps.

One Review prerequisites

Ensure your environment meets the prerequisites for your cluster type.

Two Add your Kubernetes clusters to BlueXP

You can add Kubernetes clusters and connect them to a Working Environment using BlueXP.

Four Start provisioning Persistent Volumes

Request and manage Persistent Volumes using native Kubernetes interfaces and constructs. BlueXP creates NFS and iSCSI storage classes that you can use when provisioning Persistent Volumes.

Four Manage your clusters using BlueXP

After adding Kubernetes clusters to BlueXP, you can manage the clusters from the BlueXP resource page.