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Add a Pack

Use the following steps to create a cluster profile by adding one or more layers using packs.


  • Your Palette account role must have the clusterProfile.create permission to create a profile. Refer to the Roles and Permissions documentation for more information.

Add Pack to Add-on Profile

  1. Log in to Palette.

  2. From the left Main Menu click Profiles.

  3. Click on the Add Cluster Profile button.

  4. Fill out the following input values and ensure you select Add-on for the type. Click on Next to continue.

    NameA custom name for the cluster profile.
    VersionAssign a version to the profile. You only need to specify a version if you create multiple versions of a profile using the same profile name. Default: 1.0.0.
    DescriptionUse the description to provide context about the profile.
    TagsAssign any desired profile tags. Tags propagate to the Virtual Machines (VMs) deployed in the cloud or data center environment when clusters are created from this cluster profile. Example: owner or region.

    To learn more about creating multiple profile versions, check out Version a Cluster Profile.

  5. Select Add New Pack. In the next window that displays, choose a registry and select the pack to add to your profile. You can search packs by name.

  1. Fill out the required input fields and click on Confirm & Create. Optionally, you can configure values specific to the layer in Helm values.yaml form, and specify the layer install order.
  1. If you want to add additional layers, repeat steps 5 and 6. Otherwise, click on Next to review the profile.

  2. Click on Finish Configuration to create the cluster profile.

You now have an add-on cluster profile that contains one or more packs. You can reuse the profile and apply it to several clusters. Refer to the Update Cluster Profile guide for more information about update operations.


  1. Log in to Palette.

  2. Navigate to left Main Menu and select Profiles.

  3. Select your cluster profile to review its layers or make changes.

Next Steps

Now you can use the add-on profile with other profiles and across multiple environments, projects, and tenants.