Deploy ECK on GKE Autopilotedit

This page shows how to run ECK on GKE Autopilot.

  1. It is recommended that each Kubernetes host’s virtual memory kernel settings be modified. Refer to Virtual memory.
  2. It is recommended that Elasticsearch Pods have an initContainer that waits for virtual memory settings to be in place. Refer to Deploy an Elasticsearch instance.
  3. For Elastic Agent/Beats there are storage limitations to be considered. Refer to Deploy a standalone Elastic Agent and/or Beats
  4. Ensure you are using a node class that is applicable for your workload by adding a label in a nodeSelector. Refer to GKE Autopilot documentation.