You can deploy MongoDB Enterprise Kubernetes Operator to manage MongoDB deployments that span two or more Kubernetes clusters. The Kubernetes Operator supports deploying only replica sets across two or more Kubernetes clusters. Deploying sharded clusters across two or more Kubernetes clusters is not supported.
- Learn about multi-Kubernetes-cluster deployments.
- Architecture, Capabilities, and Limitations
- Learn about the multi-Kubernetes-cluster deployment architecture, capabilities, and limitations, and view the deployment's diagram.
- Services and Tools
- Review the list of services and tools used in this quick start.
- Set up GKE (Google Kubernetes Engine) clusters, install tools, set the deployment's scope,
kubectl mongodbplugin and check connectivity across member clusters.
- Multi-Kubernetes-Cluster Quick Start
- Deploy a MongoDB replica set across three Kubernetes member clusters, using GKE (Google Kubernetes Engine) and a service mesh.
- Deploy Replica Sets in a Multi-Kubernetes Cluster
- Deploy a
MongoDBMultiClusterresource as a replica set with a service mesh.
- Deploy Replica Sets in a Multi-Kubernetes Cluster without a Service Mesh
- Deploy a
MongoDBMultiClusterresource as a replica set without a service mesh.
- Edit a MongoDBMultiCluster Resource
- Modify the configuration of a
- Secure Client Connections
- Secure client connections in multi-Kubernetes-cluster deployments.
- Connect to MongoDB Multi-Kubernetes Cluster Resources
- Connect to a
- Disaster Recovery
- Set a disaster recovery mode for your multi-Kubernetes-cluster deployment.
- Troubleshoot Deployments with Multiple Kubernetes Clusters
- Troubleshoot your multi-Kubernetes-cluster deployments.
- MongoDB Plugin Reference
- Review the
kubectl mongodbplugin options.