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Druva Documentation

Manage Clusters

The Kubernetes clusters registered and discovered from your AWS account will be available on your CloudRanger console.

To view clusters, navigate to Resources > Kubernetes:


To view detailed information on each cluster, click the Cluster Name:


The cluster Summary page displays the following information:

  • Cluster details, including the Cluster Name, ID, and Cluster Type (for instance).
  • Note: The Cluster Name is user-defined and can be modified.
  • The Endpoint object referenced by the Kubernetes service, which has the IP addresses of individual pods assigned to it.
  • The AWS Region where the cluster resides.
  • The total number of Application Groups Protected.
  • The Namespaces associated with the selected cluster.
  • The Last Communication Time, which indicates the time of the last synchronization with AWS. 

Edit Cluster Name

You can choose to update the Cluster Name from the Summary page.

  • Click the edit icon beside the Cluster Name. 
    The Edit Cluster Name page displays:

    2_Edit Cluster2.png

●      Update the Cluster Name, as relevant. Click Save.

Note: The new Cluster Name is updated only on Druva CloudRanger and will not reflect on your AWS console.

Check Connection Status with DBO

You can check the connection status between Druva Backup Operator with a specific Kubernetes cluster from your Druva CloudRanger console.

Note: You may want to use this feature when the Connection Status displays No Connection with backup operator.

  • Navigate to Resources > Kubernetes and select the cluster for which you wish to verify the connection status:
    Check Status.PNG

  • Click Check Status.

Note: Once the connection has been re-established, the Connection Status updates to Connected.