Connect Your K8s cluster
User can add more K8s enabled OpenEBS clusters with MayaOnline once the user is signed in to it. After sign-in to the MayaOnline, it will go to the associated project which the user is created during the initial MayaOnline configuration. By going to Clusters section, more clusters can be added.
New OpenEBS cluster can be connected by clicking Connect a new cluster on the top right. Select and fill appropriate details and then connect the cluster using CONNECT button. See more here to connect your cluster with MayaOnline.
In the Connect Cluster page, cluster related details has to be entered. Fill up the details of the OpenEBS cluster with exact information shown in the cluster page. The following information should be provided while connecting your cluster.
Choose your Kubernetes cluster platform
- Select your kubernetes cluster platform such as Managed K8s,On-Premises or Other cloud infrastructure providers and choose the appropriate cloud platform.
- Provide a cluster name for easier cluster management.
Note: You cannot rename the cluster later on. Choose the name appropriately.
(Optional) if you are using Proxy Services, click on Advanced and add following details
- NO_PROXY (Forward Proxy details.)
This page will provide the connected cluster information such as Cluster name, Cluster health Status, K8s Version and the subscription plan chosen for the cluster. Cluster can be deleted using the delete icon visible to each cluster details. This will delete all the MayaOnline components installed in your OpenEBS cluster.
It is easy to go inside any clusters by selecting corresponding cluster name. After selecting the cluster name, it will go to the corresponding cluster page. From inside the cluster, more cluster related information like application information, granular monitoring of the OpenEBS volumes, MayaOnline and OpenEBS components details can be obtained.