Installing Tanzu Application Service for Kubernetes

This topic outlines the process for administering Tanzu Application Service for Kubernetes (TAS for Kubernetes).

Administer TAS for Kubernetes

To administer TAS for Kubernetes after initial installation:

  1. Create TAS Orgs and Spaces: Developers create and manage their apps and service instances within spaces. Every app, service, and route that developers create is scoped to a space. Each space belongs to an org in the TAS for Kubernetes installation.

    To create orgs and spaces, follow the instructions in Orgs, Spaces, Roles, and Permissions in the Tanzu Application Service for VMs Administrator Guide.

  2. Create TAS Quota Plans: Quota plans are named sets of memory, service, and instance usage quotas that constrain the usage of organizations within a TAS for Kubernetes installation.

    To create quota plans, follow the instructions in Creating and Modifying Quota Plans in the Tanzu Application Service for VMs Administrator Guide.

  3. Manage Service Brokers: Developers typically need to connect their apps running on TAS for Kubernetes to dependencies such as data services. Service brokers give developers a self-service mechanism to provision these dependencies and to connect them to their apps.

    To make services available to app developers, register the service brokers and make the service plans public. For more information, see Managing Service Brokers in the Tanzu Application Service for VMs Administrator Guide.

Warning: Consult Known Issues in the Release Notes for details on the limitations of TAS for Kubernetes administration.