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TKE - Tencent Kubernetes Engine

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TKE is an open source project that provides a container management platform built for organizations that deploy containers in production. TKE makes it easy to run Kubernetes everywhere, meet IT requirements, and empower DevOps teams.


  • Unified Cluster Management
    • Web console and command-line client for centrally manages multiple Kubernetes clusters.
    • Integration with your existing authentication mechanisms, including LDAP, Active Directory, front proxy, and public OAuth providers such as GitHub.
    • Unified authorization management, not only at the cluster management level, but even at the Kubernetes resource level.
    • Multi-tenancy support, including team and user isolation of containers, builds, and network communication.
  • Application Workload Management
    • Provides an intuitive UI interface to support visualization and YAML import and other resource creation and editing methods, enabling users to run containers without learning all Kubernetes concepts up-front.
    • An abstract project-level resource container that supports multiple namespace management and deployment applications across multiple clusters.
  • Operation And Maintenance Management
    • Integrated system monitoring and application monitoring.
    • Persistent Kubernetes events and audit logs.
    • Limit, track, and manage the developers and teams on the platform.
  • Plugin Support And Management
    • Authentication identity provider plugin.
    • Authorization provider plugin.
    • Event persistence storage plugin.
    • System and application log persistence storage plugin.


Architecture Of TKE

To start using TKE

We are preparing how to use TKE-related documentation. At the same time, the release package is also generated by our configuration of the github codebase-based pipeline. Once these are ready, we will update the documentation here.

To start developing TKE

Make sure that you have Git-LFS installed before developing TKE.

If you have an eligible development environment, you can simply do it:

mkdir -p ~/tkestack
cd ~/tkestack
git clone
cd tke

For the full story, head over to the developer's documentation.


TKE is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. See LICENSE for the full license text.

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