In a Domino Nexus deployment, you can manage data planes at Admin > Data Planes:
The topics in this section explain how to manage data planes:
- Register a Data Plane
Use Helm to register a data plane with Domino.
- Edit a Data Plane
You can edit the parameters of a registered data plane.
- Hardware tiers for Data Planes
Each hardware tier is assigned to a data plane.
- Archive a Data Plane
Archiving a data plane effectively deletes it.
- Enable a Data Plane for Workspaces
To support Workspaces, the data plane must be configured so that users can connect directly to the data plane.
- Disable File Sync on a Data Plane
In cases where data should not leave a specific data plane, you can disable file sync.
- Upgrade a Data Plane
Keep your data planes up to date with your control planes.
- Install a Data Plane offline
Domino Nexus supports fully-offline installation for data planes.
- Monitor Data Planes
You can view a data plane’s health and see which Kubernetes nodes, user executions, and workspaces are in it.