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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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By creating a user, you can control who has access to your cloud resources in Taikun. You can assign specific roles and permissions to each user.

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Load Balancer

In a Kubernetes cluster, a load balancer can be used to distribute traffic to different pods or services, improving the scalability and resilience of the overall system.

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Kubeconfig is a configuration file used by kubectl to connect to Kubernetes clusters. It contains information on cluster credentials, server addresses, and authentication methods.

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Both. Taikun is available as a cloud-based solution as well as an on-premise solution that can be installed and managed in a private data center.

Taikun can be connected with popular cloud providers such as AWS, Azure, GCP, OpenStack, Proxmox, VMware, and VMware Tanzu.

Yes, Taikun has been designed with an intuitive user interface that makes it easy for anyone to use and manage cloud resources as well as the Kubernetes cluster, regardless of their technical expertise.

With just a few clicks within Taikun, you can install all the necessary applications to your Kubernetes cluster. Our intuitive interface eliminates the need for manual configuration and streamlines the entire process, making it quick and simple to get a pipeline up and running.