This page explains GKE on-prem quotas and limits for Google Cloud projects, clusters, and nodes.
Note that the following limits can be affected by your vSphere configuration and hardware. For more information, see the minimum requirements.
For each admin cluster, you can deploy a maximum of 10 user clusters.
For each user cluster:
- You must create a minimum of 3 nodes.
- You can create a maximum of 100 nodes.
- You can create a maximum of 3000 pods:
- Generally, each node includes an average of 30 pods. However, when Google Cloud's operations suite is enabled, each node includes an average of 20 pods.
- Each pod can consist of one or more containers.
For each node, you can create a maximum of 110 pods. This includes pods running add-on services.
For bundled load balancing mode, you can create a maximum of 500
LoadBalancerservices. For more information, see scaling limits.
For each Google Cloud project:
- Each user cluster must have a unique name across all admin clusters that are within a single Google Cloud project.
You can register a maximum of 15 user clusters by default. To register more clusters in GKE Hub, you can submit a request to increase your quota in the Google Cloud Console: