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  1. The Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service provides self-service lifecycle management of Tanzu Kubernetes clusters. You use the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service to create and manage Tanzu Kubernetes clusters in a declarative manner that is familiar to Kubernetes operators and developers. Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service Components The Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service exposes three layers of controllers to manage the lifecycle of a Tanzu Kubernetes cluster. The Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service provisions clusters that include the components necessary to integrate with the underlying Supervisor Namespace resources. These components include a Cloud Provider Plugin that integrates with the Supervisor Cluster. In addition, a Tanzu Kubernetes cluster passes requests for persistent volumes to the Supervisor Cluster, which is integrated with VMware Cloud Native Storage (CNS). See Storage in vSphere with Tanzu. The Cluster API provides declarative, Kubernetes-style APIs for cluster creation, configuration, and management. The inputs to Cluster API include a resource describing the cluster, a set of resources describing the virtual machines that make up the cluster, and a set of resources describing cluster add-ons. The Virtual Machine Service provides a declarative, Kubernetes-style API for management of VMs and associated vSphere resources. The Virtual Machine Service introduces the concept of a virtual machine class that represents an abstract reusable hardware configuration. The functionality provided by the Virtual Machine Service is used to manage the lifecycle of the control plane and worker node VMs hosting a Tanzu Kubernetes cluster. Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service Architecture and Components Tanzu Kubernetes Cluster Components The components that run in a Tanzu Kubernetes cluster span four areas: Authentication and authorization, storage integration, pod networking, and load balancing. Authentication webhook: A webhook running as a pod inside the cluster to validate user authentication tokens. Container Storage Interface Plugin: A Paravirtual CSI plug-in that integrates with CNS through the Supervisor Cluster. Container Network Interface Plug-in: A CNI plugin that provides pod networking. Cloud Provider Implementation: Supports creating Kubernetes load balancer services. Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service API You use the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service API to provision and manage Tanzu Kubernetes clusters. It is a declarative API that you invoke using kubectl and YAML. With a declarative API, instead of making imperative commands to the system, you specify the desired state of the Tanzu Kubernetes cluster: how many nodes, available storage, VM sizes, Kubernetes software version. The Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service does the work to provision a cluster that matches the desired state. To call the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service API, you invoke kubectl using a YAML file, which in turn invokes the API. After the cluster is created, you update the YAML to update the cluster. Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service Interfaces vSphere administrators use the vSphere Client to configure the Supervisor Namespace and grant permissions. They can also monitor the resources used by cluster components and to view relevant information from those resources in the vSphere inventory. DevOps engineers use the vSphere Plugin for kubectl to connect to the Supervisor Namespace with their vCenter Single Sign-On credentials. After connecting, DevOps engineers use kubectl to provision Tanzu Kubernetes clusters. Developers can connect to a provisioned cluster using the vSphere Plugin for kubectl and their vCenter Single Sign-On credentials. Alternatively, if the cluster administrator configured a supported Kubernetes authentication provider, developers can connect using kubectl. To deploy workloads in Kubernetes and interact with the cluster environment, developers use kubectl. Once you configure a vSphere cluster for vSphere with Tanzu and it becomes a Supervisor Cluster, you must assign the cluster a Tanzu edition license before the 60 day evaluation period expires. About the Tanzu Edition Licenses A Tanzu edition license enables the Workload Management functionality in vSphere 7.0.1. It is applicable to Supervisor Clusters that are configured with the vSphere networking stack or with NSX-T Data Center as the networking stack. As a vSphere administrator, when you assign a Tanzu edition license to a Supervisor Cluster cluster, you can create and configure namespaces and provide access to these namespaces to DevOps engineers. As a DevOps engineer, you can deploy Tanzu Kubernetes clusters and vSphere Pods inside the namespaces to which you have access. Supervisor Clusters configured with the vSphere networking stack only support Tanzu Kubernetes clusters. Licensing a Supervisor Cluster After you configure a vSphere clusters as a Supervisor Cluster, you can use the full set of capabilities of the cluster within a 60 day evaluation period. You must assign a Tanzu edition license to the Supervisor Cluster before the 60 day evaluation period expires. If you configure NSX-T Data Center as the networking stack for the Supervisor Cluster, you must assign an NSX-T Data Center Advanced or higher license to NSX Manager. If you upgrade an existing Supervisor Cluster to vSphere 7.0.1, the cluster enters evaluation mode after the upgrade completes. The VMware vSphere 7 Enterprise Plus with Add-on for Kubernetes license that is assigned to the hosts acts as a regular vSphere Enterprise 7 Plus license, it does not enable any vSphere with Tanzu functionality. In that case, you must assign the Supervisor Cluster a Tanzu edition license before the 60 day evaluation period expires. Evaluation Period and Tanzu License Expiration When the evaluation period of a Supervisor Cluster expires, or a Tanzu edition license expires, as a vSphere administrator you cannot create new namespaces or update the Kubernetes version of the Supervisor Cluster. As a DevOps engineer, you cannot deploy new vSphere Pods and Tanzu Kubernetes clusters. You cannot change the configuration of the existing Tanzu Kubernetes clusters such as adding new nodes. 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