Last updated：2021-05-11 10:41:36
You can import third-party Kubernetes clusters and manage their resources in the KCE console.
Run the corresponding command in the target cluster to import and execute the configuration file. After resources are created in the target cluster, the target cluster is imported.
Go back to the Cluster page in the KCE console. The target cluster appears and its status is Imported.
If the import failed, the target cluster is in the Pending state. You can click the cluster name to go to the cluster management page. Click Obtain the configuration of importing clusters and then import and execute the configuration file in the cluster again.
After a cluster is imported to the KCE console, you can manage it together with KCE clusters. You can view the status of the cluster and its basic information, and manage Kubernetes native resources. For more information about the operations, see related documents.
Note: A third-party cluster cannot directly access underlying resources of Kingsoft Cloud, such as SLB instances and EBS volumes. To allow the cluster to access these resources, you must install related components.
On the Cluster page, find the imported cluster and choose More > Delete Cluster in the Operation column. Resources that are created based on the import configuration file are deleted. Other resources in the cluster are not affected.
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