- Plan Your Installation
- Install Tanzu Community Edition
- Microsoft Azure
- Headless Installation
- AWS Account Reference
- AWS Workload Cluster Template
- vSphere Account Reference
- vSphere Workload Cluster Template
- Azure Account Reference
- Azure Workload Cluster Template
- Docker-based Clusters on Windows
- Work with Packages
Local Path Storage
- Run Conformance Tests
- Scale Management Cluster
- Delete Management Cluster
- Delete Workload Cluster
- Uninstall the Tanzu CLI
- Upgrade kapp-controller version
- Secure automated ingress on AWS
- Opinionated installation package
- Monitoring with Prometheus and Grafana on vSphere
- Monitoring with Prometheus and Grafana on Docker
- LDAP Integration on vSphere and NSX-ALB
- Package Creation, Step by Step
- Troubleshoot Clusters
- File a Bug or Feature
- Our Triage Process
- Getting Support
Planning Your Installation ¶
There are four main steps involved in deploying Tanzu Community Edition. The following section describes the main steps. Specific end to end installation/deployment documentation is available below for each target platform (infrastructure provider):
Install Tanzu Community Edition.
You will download this from GitHub and install it on your desktop machine. This installs the Tanzu CLI. For information about the supported operating systems and prerequisites for your desktop machine, see the Support Matrix. For information about the Tanzu Community Edition architecture, see Architecture.
Prepare to deploy clusters. Choose the target platform where you want to deploy clusters and ensure that the prerequisites are met for this platform. See Target Platforms below.
Deploy a cluster to your target platform.
There are two ways to approach this:
Use the Tanzu CLI to launch the installer and deploy a standalone cluster.
Note: the installer is a web based interface, if you need to perform an installation on a machine that does not have a desktop environment, see Headless Installation.
Install and configure packages.
Use the Tanzu CLI to install and configure Packages.
If your target platform is AWS start here. If your target platform is Microsoft Azure start here. If your target platform is Docker start here. If your target platform is vSphere start here.
Target Platforms ¶
The following support matrix provides a summary of the target platforms that are supported for each operating system: