Similarly to the way that a Velocity Blueprint defines what will be deployed in a Velocity Environment, a Velocity Context defines where a Velocity Environment will be deployed. Simply put, a Velocity Context is a Kubernetes cluster in which the Velocity Operator is installed and running.
Examples of possible Velocity Contexts:
- A Velocity-managed cluster.
- A remote cluster, such as Amazon EKS.
- An on-prem cluster, such as a shared staging cluster that exists in the organization.
- A local development cluster: such as a local MiniKube.