Installing with the GKE add-on
Install, upgrade, and uninstall Config Connector on a Kubernetes cluster as a GKE add-on.
Installing on other Kubernetes distributions
Learn how to install Config Connector for other Kubernetes distributions.
Advanced installation options
Learn about advanced options for installing Config Connector.
Create your first resources with Config Connector.
Configuring your kubectl client
Configure your kubectl client for easier configuration of Config Connector.
Organizing your resources
Organize where Config Connector creates your resources.
Creating resource references
Learn how to manage resources that refer to others with Config Connector.
Managing and deleting resources
Acquire existing Google Cloud resources and configure how Config Connector deletes them.
Managing resources with the resourceID field
Create or acquire Google Cloud resources with the
Importing existing Google Cloud resources
Use the `config-connector` tool to import existing Google Cloud resources into Config Connector.
Using Secrets to store sensitive data
Use Kubernetes Secrets to pass passwords, access keys, and other sensitive data to your Google Cloud resources.
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