Cheat Sheet

Simplify Multi-Cluster Multi-Tenant Management with AWS EKS and D2iQ

As enterprises grow their Kubernetes footprint, they tend to expand from single-cluster to multi-cluster environments that are shared between multiple users (or tenants). Amazon Web Services (AWS) Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) makes it easy to deploy a single cluster or multiple discrete clusters, but not multi-cluster and multi-cloud environments. Moreover, deploying discrete single clusters can easily lead to cluster sprawl.

In this cheatsheet, you will learn about the challenges associated with managing a multi-cluster, multi-tenant environment and how D2iQ provides the necessary tooling to simplify those operations on EKS.

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