Chapter 2. Supported clouds
Learn about the cloud providers that are available with Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes. Also, find the documented managed providers that are available.
Best practice: For managed cluster providers, use the latest version of Kubernetes.
2.1. Supported hub cluster provider
Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 4.4.3 or later, 4.5.2 or later, and 4.6.1 or later are supported for the hub cluster.
2.2. Supported managed cluster providers
Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.11.200 or later, 4.3.18 or later, 4.4.3 or later, and 4.5.2 or later, and 4.6.1 or later, are supported for the managed clusters.
See the available managed cluster options and documentation:
- See OpenShift on Amazon Web Services.
- See Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud (Kubernetes 1.16, and later).
- See Red Hat OpenShift Kubernetes Engine.
- See Getting started with IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service (Kubernetes 1.16, and later).
- See Google Kubernetes Engine (Kubernetes 1.15, and later).
- See Azure Kubernetes Service (Kubernetes 1.17, and later).
- See Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Kubernetes 1.14.9, and later).
- See vSphere with Kubernetes Configuration and Management.
2.3. Configuring kubectl
From vendor documentation previously listed, you might need to learn how configure your
kubectl. You must have
kubectl installed when you import a managed cluster to a hub cluster. See Importing a target managed cluster to the hub cluster for details.