Standardize Cluster Configurations
Across Your Fleet
Enterprises require the capability to ensure clusters are compliant to internal policies and external regulations and have an approved set of software components as required across different departments such as development, QA, and production. It is extremely challenging, operationally cumbersome, error prone and time-consuming to do this manually. Cluster Blueprints addresses this challenge. With Cluster Blueprints, you can:
Create and manage standardized cluster configurations in a centralized manner
Automate deployment with reusable cluster blueprints for dev, QA, and production
Eliminate configuration sprawl by enforcing cluster definitions including add-on software
Ensure clusters always comply with internal policies & industry regulations
Easily Create Sets of
Standard Cluster Blueprints
Centrally specify and manage configurations for clusters encompassing security policy and software add-ons such as service mesh, ingress controllers, monitoring, logging, and backup and restore solutions. Securely manage these version-controlled cluster configurations in your Git repositories. Create multiple blueprints for clusters used by various users/groups (e.g., development and QA) and environments (e.g., on base metal, in public clouds or at the edge).
Provision and Update Clusters
Based on Blueprints
Once a Cluster Blueprint has been created, it can be used for initial provisioning to ensure clusters are created with the required configuration. Cluster Blueprints can also be easily applied to existing clusters if or when blueprints are ever updated.
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View, Filter, and
Manage Clusters by Blueprint
DevOps professionals can use the Rafay Kubernetes Management Cloud to rapidly view, filter, upgrade, manage, etc., clusters fleet-wide by the Cluster Blueprint name and version. This allows the rapid and efficient management of a fleet of clusters. An update to the cluster blueprint configuration in your Git repo can be immediately propagated to the entire fleet of clusters in management in seconds.