Anthos Config Management overview
Anthos Config Management centralizes configuration and administration of your clusters by using a configuration-as-code approach.
Configs are the files that Anthos Config Management reads from Git and applies to your clusters automatically.
Hierarchy Controller overview
A Kubernetes controller and dynamic admission controller that adds hierarchies to Kubernetes namespaces.
Anthos Config Management reads configs from a Git repository (called the repo) and applies the resulting configuration to your clusters automatically.
Namespace inheritance overview
Anthos Config Management applies configs to namespaces in your clusters in a hierarchy, based on the structure of the repo.
Policy Controller overview
Policy Controller is a Kubernetes dynamic admission controller that checks, audits, and enforces your clusters' compliance with policies related to security, regulations, or arbitrary business rules.
Installation requirements for Anthos Config Management
The requirements for installing Anthos Config Management on your GKE clusters.
Safe rollouts with Anthos Config Management (Solutions)
Learn how to safely deploy configs and policies across multiple environments using Anthos Config Management.
Best practices for policy management with Anthos Config Management and GitLab (Solutions)
Learn how to use Anthos Config Management and GitLab to manage multiple Kubernetes clusters in a production environment.
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