Manage Redpanda Self-Hosted in Kubernetes
- Configure Redpanda in Kubernetes
Customize the values of the Redpanda Helm chart to configure the cluster and the Kubernetes components that the chart deploys.
- Configure Cluster Properties in Kubernetes
Learn how to configure cluster properties in Kubernetes.
- Storage for Redpanda in Kubernetes
Find information about Redpanda storage in Kubernetes.
- Networking and Connectivity in Kubernetes
Clients must be able to connect directly to each Pod that runs a Redpanda broker.
- Security for Redpanda in Kubernetes
Redpanda recommends that you always configure encryption, authentication, and authorization for production environments.
- Enable Rack Awareness in Kubernetes
Enable rack awareness to place partition replicas across different failure zones.
- Remote Read Replicas in Kubernetes
Create read-only topics (Remote Read Replica topics) that mirror topics on a different cluster.
- Manage Pod Resources in Kubernetes
Configure your Pod resources such as memory, CPU, and storage.
- Scale Redpanda in Kubernetes
Scaling a Redpanda cluster involves increasing its resources and/or the number of nodes to handle more data, traffic, and users.
- Decommission Brokers in Kubernetes
Remove a broker so that it is no longer considered part of the cluster.
- Monitor Redpanda in Kubernetes
Monitor the health of your system to predict issues and optimize performance.
- Resilience Testing in Kubernetes
With resilience testing, you can introduce failures and observe how the system behaves under each failure scenario.
- Troubleshooting Redpanda in Kubernetes
Learn how to diagnose and troubleshoot problems with Redpanda in Kubernetes.