With Connect, you can use the Google Cloud console to manage your user clusters for Anthos clusters on VMware (GKE on-prem).
When you create a user cluster, you provide registration information in the
gkeConnect section of the cluster configuration file. Anthos clusters on VMware
uses that information to register your cluster to a fleet—a unified way
to view and manage multiple clusters and their workloads as part of
Anthos. You can find out more about fleets and the functionality that
they enable in the Fleets guide.
If you do not fill in the
gkeConnect field of your cluster configuration file,
the cluster is created, but not registered. To register a cluster after it has
been created, fill in the
gkeConnect section of the configuration file, and
gkectl update cluster.
Anthos clusters on VMware does not support using
gcloud to manually change the
registration of a cluster.
Logging into your cluster
To manage a registered Anthos clusters on VMware cluster from the Cloud console, you need to log in to the cluster from the Cloud console.
Follow the instructions in logging into clusters to create the necessary roles and accounts and log in to your cluster.
Learn about multi-cluster management with Connect.
Learn about cluster authentication with OpenID Connect (OIDC).