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Shipa a register clusters by external provisioners in the platform.

Currently, Kubernetes is the only supported external cluster provisioner.

On Shipa, clusters are directly attached to a pool.

When a cluster is registered in Shipa, the cluster becomes available as a possible destination for the creation of the resources necessary to deploy or scale an application. See Provisioners for details on which resources are created for each provisioner.

To manipulate clusters, use the Shipa client cluster-add, cluster-list, cluster-update, and cluster-remove commands. You can find more information about them in the client documentation.

Updated 21 days ago


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