Config Connector creates Google Cloud resources using Kubernetes configuration. These resources are organized in Kubernetes Namespaces.
How Config Connector uses Namespaces
Config Connector can use the annotations on the resource's
determine what project, folder, or organization to create the resources in. The
Namespace's annotation will only be applied if the resource configuration does
not already specify where to create the resource. For more information, see
Organizing resources with projects and folders
For example, if you want to create a Cloud Spanner Instance with a name of
mySpanner in your project with a project ID of
myProject, then run this command to annotate your namespace:
kubectl annotate namespace \NAMESPACE_NAME cnrm.cloud.google.com/project-id="myProject"
NAMESPACE_NAME with your Namespace name.
Then, create a Config Connector
SpannerInstance with a name of
your namespace. Config Connector creates a corresponding Cloud Spanner in your
specified Google Cloud project, based on the configured namespace annotation.
Using Namespaces with projects, folders, and organizations
Google Cloud supports organizing resources at the Project, Folder, and Organization levels. You can add Annotations to your Config Connector Namespaces to map resources to a Project, a Folder or Organization.
To learn more, see Organizing resources with projects, folders, or organizations.