Deploying TKG v1.2.0 in an internet-restricted environment using Harbor

In this post, I am going to outline the steps involved to successfully deploy a Tanzu Kubernetes Grid¬† (TKG) management cluster and workload clusters in an internet restricted environment. This is often referred to as an air-gapped environment. Note that for part of this exercise, a virtual machine will need to be connected to the internet in order to pull down the images requires for TKG. Once these have been downloaded and pushed up to our local Harbor container image registry, the internet connection can be removed and we will work in a completely air-gapped environment. Note that TKG here…