Tectonic ships with CoreOS's signature automated operations, runs multi-cloud, and is the fastest, most secure path to Kubernetes.
Tectonic packages the Kubernetes cluster orchestrator with enterprise integration and support so organizations can deploy applications consistently, scale them simply, and easily manage apps across environments. These documents describe how to install and use Tectonic.
Tectonic clusters run on modern cloud and bare metal environments. The deployment guides walk through provisioning cluster nodes, setting up networking between them, and installing Tectonic.
Tectonic is installed via a graphical installer to get started quickly. Use Terraform for automated installation. Terraform provides ample customization, but check out
Easiest way to boot a cluster. Try first before automating with Terraform.
Automate cluster installation and customize to your needs.Installation requirements
Use PXE to deploy Tectonic on Bare Metal
Automate your installation via PXEMatchbox: Network boot and provision Container Linux Clusters Installation requirements
Automate cluster installation and customize to your needs.Azure Terraform variables
Guides for admins to re-configure the cluster, manage users, and make development teams productive.
Instructions for rolling out a new version of TectonicScaling Tectonic clusters on AWS
Managing user access with Tectonic IdentityFailure domains in Tectonic Identity
Common questions about your Tectonic installationDisaster recovery of scheduler and controller manager pods