Add an OpenShift cluster to Cloud Manager

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Import a self-managed OpenShift cluster to Cloud Manager so you can start backing up persistent volumes to your Cloud provider.

Import a Cluster

You can import a self-managed Kubernetes cluster using a Kubernetes configuration file.

Before you begin

Before adding an OpenShift cluster, you need:

  • The `kubeconfig-sa`file you created in create a kubeconfig file.

  • The public Certificate Authority (for example, ca.crt), Client Key (for example, tls.key), and Client Certification (for example, tls.crt) files for the cluster.

Steps
  1. On the Canvas, select Add Working Environment.

  2. Select your Cloud provider and select Kubernetes Cluster then Next.

  3. Select Import Cluster then Next.

  4. Upload the kubeconfig-sa file you created in create a kubeconfig file. Select the Kubernetes cluster and select Next.

    A screenshot of the import Kubernetes cluster page with configuration file and available clusters table.

  5. Upload the cluster certificates.

    A screenshot of the cluster certificate upload screen.

Result

Cloud Manager adds the Kubernetes cluster to the Canvas.