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On successful cluster import and provision,

  • Users can view the namespace, add-ons, and Blueprint Sync details along with the Published and Deployed In timestamp
  • The events that occur during the sync are shown in the right pane. By default, the Warning events appear at the top followed by other events. Select All to view the other events at the top
  • To download the events and analyze, click the Download icon available in the Events pane. The events file will be downloaded in JSON format

Register Cluster with Controller


Click Kubectl to inspect, manage cluster resources, and view logs. Below is an example of get pods

Kubectl Analysis


Click Debug to view and analyze the Summary, Resources, and Query parameters associated with the import cluster provisioning

  • By default, Summary screen appears with the entire resource details, irrespective of selection

Kubectl Analysis

  • Resources tab allows to view and analyze a specific resource. Select the required resource from the drop-down and click Fetch

Kubectl Analysis

  • Query tab allows fetching an output for any query through Kubectl commands. Enter a Kubectl query command and click Fetch

Kubectl Analysis


  • Use Refresh button to retrieve the latest data

  • Use Copy to clipboard icon to copy the retrieved data or Download icon to download the data in text format

Failed Import Cluster

Import Cluster can fail if the user had misconfigured the cluster configuration (e.g. wrong cloud credentials, invalid blueprints) or encountered network connectivity issues. When this occurs, red indication appears to show the import failure. Hover over the red indication or Failed status icon to view the reason for sync failure. Below is an example of Blueprint Sync failed scenario while importing a cluster

Failed Import Cluster