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.
- Manage Topics with the Redpanda Operator
Use the Topic resource to declaratively create Kafka topics as part of a Redpanda deployment. Each Topic resource is mapped to a topic in your Redpanda cluster. The topic controller keeps the corresponding Kafka topic in sync with the Topic resource.
- Create and Manage Connectors in Kubernetes
Learn how to create and manage connectors using Redpanda Console or the Kafka Connect REST API.
- Storage for Redpanda in Kubernetes
Find information about Redpanda storage in Kubernetes.
- Networking and Connectivity in Kubernetes
Learn how to set up and manage network connections for Redpanda in Kubernetes. This section covers a range of topics, including how to enable external access, connect clients to a Redpanda cluster, and configure listeners.
- Security for Redpanda in Kubernetes
Learn what options are available for securing Redpanda clusters, including TLS encryption, authentication, authorization, and audit logging.
- 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
Learn how to scale a Redpanda cluster vertically to increase its resources and horizontally to add or remove brokers from a cluster.
- Decommission Brokers in Kubernetes
Remove a broker so that it is no longer considered part of the cluster.
- Whole Cluster Restore for Disaster Recovery in Kubernetes
Restore a failed cluster, including its metadata.
- Recovery Mode in Kubernetes
Recovery mode starts Redpanda with limited functionality and disables partitions so you can repair a failed cluster.
- Monitor in Kubernetes
Find topics about how to monitor Redpanda deployments in Kubernetes.
- Perform a Rolling Restart of Redpanda in Kubernetes
Learn how to perform a rolling restart of your Redpanda cluster when it's running in Kubernetes.
- 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.