This topic describes the Clusters page, where you can view containersA ready-to-run software package containing everything needed to run an application. running across multiple machines and environments: virtual, physical, cloud-based, and on-premises.
A cluster consists of a control planeThe container orchestration layer that exposes the API and interfaces to define, deploy, and manage the lifecycle of containers. and nodes that host the podsA group of one or more containers that share storage and network resources and include a specification for how to run the containers. of the application workload.
Megaport ONE provides an easy way to deploy multi-node KubernetesAn open-source orchestration system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. clusters quickly, and provides tools to manage and monitor cluster resources, locations, and status. You can also scale a cluster by adding and removing nodes.
To view clusters
- Log in to the Megaport ONE Portal.
- Choose Compute > Clusters.
The Clusters page shows all deployed cluster resources with their location and status. The table includes infrastructure running on any part of your network.
- Click a cluster name to view cluster details and metrics.
The Cluster details page displays the requested CPU and GPU, memory, and storage resources provisioned for the cluster, and how much of the cluster’s resources are currently in use.
The Applications section shows the applications in the cluster, their Helm chart version, and their runtime status.
For details on creating a cluster, see Creating a Cluster.