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Configure integration with Managed Kubernetes
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Configure integration with Managed Kubernetes

To deploy a Docker image from the Container Registry to a Managed Kubernetes cluster, configure integration between these objects in the Control Panel.

During integration, an authorization token in Container Registry is automatically created and passed to the selected Managed Kubernetes cluster — authentication data is automatically added to the default service account and secret to all cluster namespaces.

You can use secrets that have been automatically generated in other service accounts. Read more in the Configure Service Accounts for Pods Kubernetes documentation article.

If necessary, you can disable integration of Container Registry and Managed Kubernetes.

Customize integration

You can configure integration from Container Registry with one or more Managed Kubernetes clusters.

  1. In Control Panel, go to Cloud PlatformContainer Registry.

  2. Open the registry page.

  3. Click Registry Access.

  4. Select Integration with Kubernetes.

  5. Press Continue.

  6. Select the Managed Kubernetes clusters that will be granted access to the selected registry. You can only select clusters with status ACTIVE. Clusters with other statuses are labeled as `INACTIVE'.

  7. If you are setting up the integration for the first time, click Integrate.

  8. If you are changing the integration settings, click Save.

    Information about the Managed Kubernetes clusters that have been granted access to the selected registry is displayed on the registry page, under the registry name.

Disable integration

  1. In Control Panel, go to Cloud PlatformContainer Registry.
  2. Open the registry page.
  3. Click Access the Registry.
  4. Select Integration with Kubernetes.
  5. Press Continue.
  6. To remove all Managed Kubernetes clusters that have been granted access to the selected registry, click .
  7. Click Save.