The following diagram depicts the high-level resources and their relationships in the Platformer Console.
Environments and Kubernetes Clusters¶
Platformer allows multiple Kubernetes Clusters to be associated to an Environment.
This allows you to build highly resilient and resource-efficient solutions utilizing multiple clusters. Platformer console handles the synchronization of your applications and workloads between associated Clusters in an Environment, making multi-cluster deployments possible with a click of a button.
The following image depicts such an example, with multiple clusters associated to different Environments.
Note that it’s not necessary to use a different Cluster per Environment as you can create multiple Environments on the same Cluster. The following diagram is only an example of one setup and your application architecture may require a different configuration entirely.