vtopology is a combination of bash and Powershell/PowerCLI for displaying vSphere topology from kubectl. The idea is that you should be able to map Kubernetes objects (e.g. nodes, PVs) to vSphere objects (e.g. virtual machines, VMDKs). Once installed, users can run vtopology and display underlying vSphere infrastructure components to see how their Kubernetes cluster is consuming vSphere resources.

The script has also been configured to run as a krew plugin. This means that users can run the script as a 'kubectl vtopology' command. For more information about how to install krew, go here: https://github.com/kubernetes-sigs/krew/blob/master/README.md Alternatively, simply extract the tar/gzip bundle and type 'pwsh ./vtopology.ps1 -h' for help on how to run the tool.

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