Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes 2.7

Before You Begin


Read more about the product including the architecture, components, and quick start guide.

Release notes

Installing & Upgrading


Read more about installing on connected and disconnected networks, requirements and recommendations for installation, multicluster advanced configurations, and instructions for upgrading and uninstalling.

Backup and restore

Read more to learn about backup and restore.

Configuration and Operation

Access control

Read more to learn about role-based access control and authentication.

Web console

Read more to learn how to use console components.


With cluster lifecycle and multicluster engine, you can create and manage clusters. Cluster lifecycle is available through the multicluster engine operator.


Read more to learn how to create applications by using Git repositories, Helm repositories, and object storage repositories.


Read more to learn how to optimize your managed clusters by enabling and customizing the observability service.


Read more to learn about the governance policy framework, which helps harden cluster security by using policies.


Read more to learn how to use add-ons for your cluster.



Read more to learn about networking.


View a list of APIs that you can use to create and manage application resources, channels, subscriptions, and to query information.



View a list of troubleshooting topics for your cluster. You can also use the must-gather command to collect logs.

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