Managing Your Cluster With AgileStacks

​Introducing AgileStacks to Your Cluster

Importing a Kubernetes Cluster into the Control Plane. While AgileStacks can deploy Kubernetes clusters into the cloud provider of your choice, sometimes all you need is the Stack management without…

Rick Richardson
Updated 1 year ago by Rick Richardson

Autoscaling and Initial Scaling

When the User deploys the stack template to make a stack instance, the User is given options to define the initial number of worker nodes. When the User configures an application template, default st…

Michael Delzer
Updated 1 year ago by Michael Delzer

Importing an upstream Kubernetes cluster

Requirements. The cluster must be deployed in the Cloud Account that was already onboarded to Agile Stacks SuperHub. When managing an imported cluster, Agile Stacks SuperHub connects to a Kubernetes…

Michael Delzer
Updated 1 year ago by Michael Delzer

Kubernetes Platform Essentials

Agile Stacks platform is a Kubernetes cluster with various add-ons to implement essential integrations: DNS. Ingress controller. TLS. Single Sign-On for web-facing applications. Performance monitorin…

Agile Stacks
Updated 10 months ago by Agile Stacks

Import of OpenShift Cluster

OpenShift Import Requirements. In order to properly import OpenShift or OKD cluster into AgileStacks infrastructure, the following requirements must be met: OpenShift or OKD cluster must be provision…

Michael Delzer
Updated 1 year ago by Michael Delzer

Tagging Stack Templates and Instances

Tagging is an important aspect of managing the complexity. There are several processes that allow the creation of tags. Environment creation. Template creation. Deployment of a Template. A similar pr…

Michael Delzer
Updated 2 years ago by Michael Delzer