Shipa can register and consume Kubernetes clusters created by external providers in the platform, such as on-premises clusters and managed services provided by cloud providers such as GKE, AKS, EKS, and others.
On Shipa, clusters are directly attached to frameworks.
When a Kubernetes cluster is registered in Shipa, it becomes available as a possible destination to create the resources necessary to deploy or scale applications. See Provisioners for details on which resources are created for each provisioner.
To manipulate clusters, you can use the Shipa dashboard and the Shipa CLI functionalities, such as cluster add, cluster list, cluster update, and cluster remove commands. You can find more information about them in the client documentation.
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