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Kubernetes

Managed Kubernetes allows you to create and manage Kubernetes clusters in just a few clicks, scale effortlessly and focus on your applications.

Kubernetes Quickstart

Getting Started

Quickstart

Learn how to create, manage and delete a Kubernetes cluster in a few steps.

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Concepts

Core concepts that give you a better understanding of Kubernetes Kapsule and Kosmos.

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How-tos

Check our guides to creating and managing Kubernetes clusters and their features.

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Additional content

Guides to help you configuring your cluster and its advanced configuration.

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Tutorials

Send Kapsule logs and metrics to the Observability Cockpit with Fluent BitRead more
Deploying WordPress on a Kubernetes cluster with the Application LibraryRead more
Getting started with Crossplane provider on Scaleway KubernetesRead more
Installing Odoo on Kubernetes with the Scaleway Easy Deploy featureRead more
Kubernetes API

Learn how to create and manage your Kubernetes clusters through the API.

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Changelog

  • Kubernetes

    Deprecated

    Kubernetes worker nodes with NAT IPs

    Starting this deprecation cycle, existing Kubernetes Kapsule or Kosmos worker nodes can be moved from NAT IPs to Routed IPs.

    With Routed IPs, your worker nodes will receive a flexible IP address, maintaining IP consistency even if the Instance is restarted or the hypervisor is changed.

    NAT IPs will reach end of life on October 1st, 2024.

    • All information on the migration methods are provided in our documentation about moving Kubernetes nodes to routed IPs.
    • Read our blog post to find out more about the changes behind this evolution.
  • Kubernetes

    Removed

    Kapsule clusters with only public IPs

    Ending the deprecation cycle and completing the planned migration, all Kapsule clusters are natively deployed with a Scaleway Private Network.

  • Kubernetes

    Removed

    Scaleway Kubernetes products no longer support Kubernetes 1.24

    Clusters using the Kubernetes 1.24 version will be upgraded to Kubernetes 1.25 after May 15th, 2024. Scaleway will change the CNI configuration to none for clusters still running unsupported CNIs (Flannel, Weave). Find more details in our version support policy.

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