Th next step is to check that all the prerequisites are in place, including a suitable workload domain, the appropriate license, and of course that there is an NSX-T Edge Cluster available. If all of these are in place, select all the items and then click BEGIN.
This brings us to the point where we select a workload domain for vSphere with Kubernetes. Previously in VCF 4.0, the management domain was not displayed as an option. In VCF 4.0.1, the management domain is now offered as an option.
Once the management domain is selected, any vSphere clusters that are compatible for vSphere with Kubernetes are displayed. Select a cluster to move onto the validation step.
SDDC Manager now validates that the environment is ready for vSphere with Kubernetes. If all steps are successful, you can then move onto the review step.
If the review is good, click on the “Complete in vSphere” button. This will take you to the vSphere client to complete the deployment of vSphere with Kubernetes on the VCF 4.0.1 management domain.
At this point, you can continue with deploying workload management / vSphere with Kubernetes.
That completes the review of the updates to the workflow. Now we can select and validate a management domain from SDDC Manager for vSphere with Kubernetes deployments. If you want to learn more about running vSphere with Kubernetes on VMware Cloud Foundation, or indeed more about VCF in general, there are a number of other posts here.