Support scope for Kubernetes deployments

  • Last updated: July 3, 2023

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This page lists what we are able to support when deploying to Kubernetes.

PortSwigger Kubernetes support scope

The following is within our support scope for Kubernetes deployments:

  • Installation and un-installation of the Burp Suite Enterprise Edition application and its components using the supplied Helm chart to a cluster meeting the documented prerequisites, as listed on the Set up a suitable Kubernetes cluster page.
  • Using the Helm chart (when unmodified) and values file.
  • Providing guidance on how best to use the parameters contained within the Helm chart, values file, and reference infrastructure template.
  • Migration from a legacy CloudFormation deployment to a new Kubernetes deployment.
  • Supporting the application running state post-deployment.

Not supported

We are unable to support the following:

  • New deployments using the legacy cloud deployment templates (including the legacy nested infrastructure template).
  • Enterprise server updates on legacy cloud deployments after the 2022.3 release.
  • Customization of the Helm chart (except for the values file).
  • Customization of any reference infrastructure templates.

Kubernetes customer responsibilities

When deploying and running Burp Suite Enterprise Edition on Kubernetes, it is your responsibility to do the following:

  • Make sure that your Kubernetes infrastructure meets the prerequisites for deployment, as listed on the Set up a suitable Kubernetes cluster page.
  • Make sure that your cluster is appropriately sized.
  • Customize the values file.
  • Make sure that the values used for the deployment are appropriate for your organization.
  • Customize the Helm chart, if required.
  • Customize the CloudFormation reference infrastructure template, if required.
  • Manage resource requests and limits.

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