Kubernetes is designed as a single-tenant platform, which makes it hard for cluster admins to host multiple tenants in a single Kubernetes cluster. However, sharing a cluster has many advantages, e.g. more efficient resource utilization, less admin/configuration effort or easier sharing of cluster-internal resources among different tenants.
Kubernetes multi-tenant operator. Enables multi-tenant capabilities in your Kubernetes Cluster.
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Hierarchical namespaces make it easier for you to create and manage namespaces in your cluster. For example, you can create a hierarchical namespace under your team's namespace, even if you don't have cluster-level permission to create namespaces, and easily apply policies like RBAC and Network Policies across all namespaces in your team (e.g. a set of related microservices).
k3v runs as a dedicated virtual Kubernetes control plane. When pods are launched they are launched in another cluster.