Palette supports provisioning new workload clusters on public clouds using cloud providers' infrastructure. It achieves this by provisioning new virtual machines (VMs) for the control plane and worker pools and uses their managed Kubernetes services such as EKS, AKS, GKE, TKE, and more.
Workload clusters are instantiated from cloud-specific _Cluster Profiles__](/cluster-profiles) templates that are created with pre-configured layers and components required for cluster deployments. You can use one of the cluster profiles provided or create a new one.
Learn how to deploy a cluster to a public cloud provider by using Palette. Check out the Deploy a Cluster with Palette tutorial to get started.
The following pages provide detailed instructions for setting up new workload clusters in the various environments.