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KubeSlice Manager(UI) Features
KubeSlice Manager (UI) has two sections: Dashboard & Setup. It’s very easy to create a “Slice” which connects workloads across clusters and clouds for hybrid and multi cloud use cases. With KubeSlice Manager (UI) you register clusters, connect clusters & onboard namespaces onto a “Slice”. If you create multiple “Slices” per tenant, each tenant Slice has its isolated set of applications which can communicate seamlessly across clusters and clouds over the “Slice.”
Step 1: Enter cluster details
You can register a cluster in any cloud, region, datacenter or edge
Step 2: Generate cluster YAMLs
Download or copy a few lines of code for each cluster
Step 3: Register clusters
Clusters are registered with KubeSlice controller
Step 1: Create a Slice
Enter some basic infrastructure information to create a “Slice”.
Step 2: Choose clusters to go on a Slice
The clusters can be in any region, cloud, datacenter or edge.
Step 3: Connect clusters with Slice
Slice gateways & secure tunnels are created to enable east-west communication paths between clusters.
You can create multiple Slices per tenant
For true isolation of application services by teams/customers, create multiple Slices and onboard only the relevant namespaces onto each Slice. For. Eg. Create a ”Dev Slice” with apps in Dev & a “Prod Slice” with apps in Prod. Remember the Slice can extend across cluster boundaries carrying the resources & policies with it.
Step 1: Choose Namespaces
For each cluster which has been put on the Slice, explore and choose namespaces to put on the Slice. A namespace consists of one or more microservices.
Step 2: Execute YAML
All selected namespaces are put in the Slice YAML which when executed onboards the namespaces and services onto the Slice.
Repeat steps for multiple Slices
For multi-tenancy, create multiple Slices per customer/team and choose the relevant applications for each tenant to go on its corresponding Slice.