Scaleway Kubernetes Cluster

Introduction

Bunnyshell makes it easy to connect a Scaleway Kubernetes cluster to your Organization, deploy your application on it, and manage environments.

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If you don't already have a cluster, go ahead and create a Scaleway Kubernetes cluster. You can do this by following the instructions from the Scaleway website.

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Connect a Scaleway Kubernetes cluster to Bunnyshell

Bunnyshell makes it easy to connect a Scaleway cluster to your Organization, deploy your applications on it, and manage environments.

Prerequisites for connecting the cluster

  • You have a Bunnyshell account
  • You have created an Organization
  • You have a functioning Scaleway Kubernetes cluster

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How to connect the cluster

  1. Download the Config File from the Scaleway UI, from the cluster's page.
  1. Go to the Bunnyshell platform and click Integrations -> Clusters on the left-side menu.
  2. Click Connect cluster.
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  1. Select Scaleway.
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  1. a. A new drawer should pop-up now. It's time to use the info from the kubeconfig file downloaded earlier. You can simply drag and drop the file:
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  1. b. Or you can fill the individual fields:
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  • Name: Choose what name your cluster will have in Bunnyshell.
  • Scaleway cluster name: You can find it in the kubeconfig file, in clusters[0].name.
  • Cluster URL: You can find it in the kubeconfig file, in clusters[0].cluster.server.
  • Certificate Authority Data: You can find it in the kubeconfig file, in clusters[0].cluster.certificate-authority-data.
  • Token: You can find it in the kubeconfig file, in users[0].user.token.

Below is an example kubeconfig file with the info corresponding to each field indicated.

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