Upgrading GKE on-prem
Upgrade your admin workstation and your clusters.
Configuring gcloud CLI for use behind a proxy/firewall
Read Google Cloud CLI's documentation for configuring
gsutilto run behind your proxy/firewall.
View, connect to, and check the versions of your clusters.
Using SSH to connect to a cluster node
Learn how to SSH into a GKE on-prem cluster node.
Configuring node auto repair
Configure GKE on-prem to periodically check node health and make repairs if necessary.
Resizing a user cluster
Increase or decrease the number of nodes running in clusters.
Creating additional user clusters
Create additional user clusters in an existing installation.
Creating and managing node pools
Manage a pool of nodes separately without affecting any of the other nodes in the cluster.
Updating the vCenter credentials of your clusters
Update the vCenter credentials of your admin and user clusters with the
gkectl update credentials vspherecommand.
Using logging and monitoring
Learn how to use Cloud Logging and Cloud Monitoring.
Enabling application logging and monitoring
Learn how to configure applications to use Cloud Logging and Cloud Monitoring.
Logging network policy events
Learn how to enable network policy logging and export logs.
Creating alerting policies
Learn how to create alerting policies for GKE on-prem clusters..
Backing up and restoring clusters
Manually create and restore backups of GKE on-prem admin and user clusters'
Updating the Connect agent using a private registry (alpha)
If you use a private registry, learn how to update the Connect agent.
Deleting a user cluster
Delete GKE on-prem user clusters from your environment.
Deleting an admin cluster
Delete a GKE on-prem admin cluster from your environment.
Manually registering a user cluster
gcloudto manually register a user cluster.
Manually unregistering a user cluster
gcloudto manually unregister a user cluster.
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