From what I have read in the Karbon documentation, as well as from YouTube videos, through karbon in AHV I cannot manage aspects of the containers, the applications themselves, load balancing, reverse proxy, container images, etc. Is that right?Associated with this, if Karbon does not in fact have such features, is it possible to use Karbon in conjunction with tools that have the above features, like Rancher? Has anyone had this experience?
Best answer by JoseNutanixView original
Nothing stops you to use tools like Rancher, Lens, and others. As today, with Karbon you get the Kubernetes cluster with logging and monitoring. Then, the user has the freedom to choose what tool, if any, they want to use to manage the workloads running in this.