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Limitations

Following are a few limitations that you can encounter while using both Public and Private Node Pools:
  • The maximum number of pods supported per node is 110. It is a Kubernetes default value.
  • The recommended maximum number of nodes per node pool is 20.
  • The maximum number of nodes in a node pool is 100.
  • A total of 500 node pools per cluster is supported.
  • The recommended maximum number of node pools per cluster are 50.
  • The maximum number of supported nodes per cluster is 5000.

Private Node Pools

Following are a few limitations that you can encounter while using Private Node Pools:
  • Managed Kubernetes clusters for Private Node Pools are bound to one region. When you create a node pool, you need to provide a data center, which has to be in the same location as defined in the cluster. You can create Private Node Pools only in a see Virtual Data Center (VDC) that shares the region with the managed Kubernetes cluster.
  • Kubernetes services of type LoadBalancer are currently not supported.
  • The static node Internet Protocol (IP) addresses are not supported.
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