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Welcome to the Taikun Glossary! Whether you’re a seasoned Kubernetes enthusiast or diving into the world of high-performance computing (HPC), this glossary is your trusted companion on the journey. Taikun Kubernetes, an open-source distribution tailored for HPC workloads, takes power and flexibility of Kubernetes to new heights. Here, you’ll find an array of terms and […]

Policy Profile

Policy profiles also enable administrators to set storage quotas, limiting the amount of storage space that individual workloads can utilize. This helps manage storage consumption, prevent runaway disk usage, and maintain efficient resource utilization across the cluster.


Showback is a feature in Taikun that enables organizations to track and report resource usage and associated costs within their Kubernetes clusters. It provides insights into resource consumption, allowing administrators and teams to understand the utilization patterns and costs of running VMs. The primary purpose of Showback is to bring transparency and accountability to resource […]

Welcome to Taikun

Taikun simplifies the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications, providing a complete solution for managing containerized applications and services in Kubernetes.

Access Profile

Taikun includes an access profile feature that allows users to define role-based access control for their cloud infrastructure, including Kubernetes clusters and other resources.

Cloud Credentials

Taikun allows users to manage their cloud credentials securely and easily, with built-in support for multiple cloud providers.

Creating a new Project

Once a project is created in Taikun, users can configure and deploy cloud infrastructure, including Kubernetes clusters and other resources, and manage their application deployments.


Flavors can help simplify the process of configuring and scaling applications in a Kubernetes environment, by allowing users to define standard specifications for their workloads.

Kubernetes Profiles

Taikun allows users to define Kubernetes profiles that specify a set of default settings and configurations for their Kubernetes clusters.

Standalone Profile

A standalone profile is a customized configuration you can create before creating your virtual machine. It allows you to tailor your virtual machine to your specific needs.


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