K10 is available in two main editions, FREE K10 and Enterprise. The Kasten product page contains a comparison of the two K10 editions, also described below, but both editions use the same container images and follow an identical install process.
FREE: The default K10 Starter edition, provided at no charge and intended for evaluation or for use in smaller or non-production clusters, is functionally the same as the Enterprise edition but limited from a support and scale perspective.
Enterprise: Customers choosing to upgrade to the Enterprise edition can obtain a license key from Kasten or install from cloud marketplaces.
The documentation below covers installing both Kasten K10 editions on a variety of public cloud and on-premises environments, storage integration, security key management, license upgrades, and other advanced installation options.
- Install Requirements
- Installing K10 on Kubernetes
- Installing K10 on AWS
- Installing K10 on AWS Marketplace for Containers Anywhere
- Installing K10 on Azure
- Installing K10 on Red Hat OpenShift
- Installing K10 on Google Cloud
- Installing K10 on DigitalOcean
- Installing K10 on VMware vSphere
- Installing K10 on kind
- Installing K10 on K3S
- Installing K10 on Other Kubernetes Distributions
- Storage Integration
- Generic Storage Backup and Restore
- Shareable Volume Backup and Restore
- Air-Gapped Install
- Advanced Install Options
- FREE K10 Edition and Licensing
- Manually Creating or Using an Existing Service Account
- Using Red Hat certified upstream container images
- Pinning K10 to Specific Nodes
- Using Trusted Root Certificate Authority Certificates for TLS
- Running K10 Containers as a Specific User
- Using Kubernetes Endpoints for Service Discovery
- Configuring Prometheus
- Complete List of K10 Helm Options
- Configuring K10 Encryption
- Upgrading K10
- Production Deployment Checklist