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With elastic TKE (EKS), you do not need to care about cluster nodes, but for reasonable Assign resources and accurate accounting, you need to specify the resource specifications applied for by Pod when deploying the workload. Tencent Cloud will calculate Assign computing resources for the workload according to the specification you specify, and cost accounting will also be carried out according to this specification.
When you use Kubernetes API or Kubectl to create an elastic container workload, you also need to indicate the resource specification. For more information, please refer to Workload management .
- Resource specification is the maximum amount of resources that can be used by containers in Pod.
- The sum of all Container settings in Pod must not be greater than the Pod specification.
- The Limit set by any Container in Pod cannot be greater than the Pod specification.
- The Pod resource specification must be specified when creating the workload, otherwise the creation will fail.
The following table shows the regions, availability zones and resource types currently supported by EKS. Other regions will be available one after another.
|Region||Availability zone||Support resource types|
EKS provides the following CPU Pod specifications in all regions that support CPU resource types. EKS provides a series of CPU options. Different CPU sizes will correspond to different memory selection intervals. Please specify the required specifications according to your actual needs when creating the workload.
|CPU/ kernel||Memory interval / GIB||Memory interval granularity / GIB|
|0.25||0.5 、 1 、 2||-|
|0.5||1 、 2 、 3 、 4||-|