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If you wish to deprovision the Kubernetes cluster and the VM instance on your vSphere environment, ensure you follow the instructions described below to ensure everything is cleaned up.

Step 1: Delete Cluster in Controller

  • Click on the Options icon (i.e. gear) on the far right of the selected cluster.
  • Select Delete to remove the cluster object from the Controller.


This action is destructive and non-recoverable.

Delete Cluster in Controller

Step 2: Delete VM Instance

The controller does not have permissions to delete the VM and associated resources in your vSphere environment. Cleaning this up is the responsibility of the infrastructure provider.

  • Access your vSphere environment as an admin
  • Delete the VM backing the Kubernetes cluster from Step 1 and ensure the cleanup is completely performed.

Delete VM