Once you have installed Portworx Backup, you are ready to add any clusters you would like to back up from and restore to. How you prepare your cluster differs based on its environment. If you are using a cloud-based Kubernetes cluster, you must configure permissions on your cloud provider before adding it to Portworx Backup.
- In an environment where Portworx Backup is installed on a public cloud (AKS or EKS or GKE) and Kubernetes clusters reside on-premise, ensure that those clusters have public IPs associated with them. Also, Portworx Backup should be reachable to the Kubernetes clusters.
Follow the topics in this section to add a cluster.
📄️ Add AKS clusters
📄️ Discover EKS clusters
Learn how to discover existing clusters in your AWS cloud account.
📄️ Add EKS clusters using kubeconfig
Learn how to add clusters by generating the kubeconfig output
📄️ Add GCP cluster
To add a GCP cluster in Portworx Backup:
📄️ Add IBM clusters
Guides to add an IBM Clusters with an IBM cloud account from the list of available IBM clusters
📄️ Add OCP clusters
📄️ Add Rancher clusters
Add Rancher clusters
📄️ Add Kubernetes clusters with CSI drivers
Portworx Backup supports backup and restore on Kubernetes clusters with CSI drivers if the driver meets certain prerequisites.
📄️ Add TKGS clusters
📄️ Add on premises cluster