Taikun Documentation
Kubernetes Profiles

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Each Profile is characterized by IDNameOrganization NameCNI (Container Network Interface)OctaviaProxy on BastionProjects, and Actions.

Figure.1: Kubernetes profiles

Expand the table to see the last modification (Last Modified and Last Modified By).

Add Kubernetes Profile

You can create a new profile where you can enable a few features, which you can customize with the CNI plugin.

Figure.2: Add Kubernetes Profile

Organization – choose an organization for your profile

Profile Name – the name for your Kubernetes profile (3-30 characters)


Exposes the Service externally using the load balancers from OpenStack.

Enable Taikun Load Balancer

Manage your traffic, only available for OpenStack and Octavia disabled.

Proxy on bastion

Exposes the Service on each Node’s IP at a static port, the NodePort. You’ll be able to contact the NodePort Service, from outside the cluster, by requesting <NodeIP>:<NodePort.Info>

Choose this profile with enabled features during project creation.

Scheduling on Master

Schedule Pods on the control-plane node to maximize resource usage, but we do not recommend it.Note

If Allow Scheduling on Master is equal to false then the Kube worker should have more than 2 CPU

Enable Unique Cluster Name

If not enabled, the cluster name will be cluster.local


/ Un/Lock the profile to dis-/enable it from the drop-down selection when a new project is created, you cannot lock the default profile.

 Delete the profile if it is no longer needed. Only profiles with no associated projects can be deleted. You cannot delete the default profile.

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