TKG

How to Deploy an OIDC-Enabled Cluster on vSphere in TKG 1.2

In one of my earlier blog posts, How to Configure Dex and Gangway for Active Directory Authentication in TKG, I walked through the process of creating an OIDC-enabled TKG cluster in the 1.1 version. With the 1.2 version, things are a little bit different. The process has some similarities to the Dex/Gangway configuration that was …

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Working with TKG Extensions and Shared Services in TKG 1.2

TKG has had extensions included in a manifest bundle since the 1.0 version but with the 1.2 version they have been much more tightly integrated and there are more of them. You’ll notice when you download the TKG cli bundle that there are several other utilities included now. These are part of the Carvel open-source …

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How to use Contour to provide ingress for Prometheus, Grafana and AlertManager in a TKG cluster.

In my ongoing efforts to get the most of out of my Tanzu Kubernetes Grid lab environment, I decided to to install Prometheus, Grafana and AlertManager in one of my workload clusters. I had a lot of options to choose from with regards to how to implement these projects but decided to go with Kube-Prometheus …

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See the effect of moving a TKG cluster from one TMC cluster group to another (and a brief look at TMC quota policies)

TMC recently added functionality for moving a cluster from one cluster group to another. Cluster groups are a logical construct in TMC that provide means of organizing Kubernetes clusters in a way that makes sense to you and then applying common policies to the clusters in the same group. You can read more about cluster …

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How to deploy a TKG cluster on AWS using Tanzu Mission Control

I hadn’t used TMC in a few months so decided to revisit the process for creating a TKG cluster on AWS. Just like months ago, I’m still impressed at how all of this works and you can end up with an OCI conformant Kubernetes cluster built with ClusterAPI on AWS. Note: These instructions assume you …

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How to Configure Fluent Bit and Elasticsearch in Tanzu Kubernetes Grid

Tanzu Kubernetes Grid provides several different Fluent Bit manifest files to help you deploy and configure Fluent Bit for use with Splunk, Elasticsearch, Kafka and a generic HTTP endpoint. In this post, I’ll walk though not only the Fluent Bit configuration which VMware has documented but the deployment of Elasticsearch/Kibana in a TKG cluster. You’ll …

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