Connect your Resources to Humanitec

Overview

Humanitec is designed to integrate with your existing infrastructure. For example, it can be used to deploy apps to your own Kubernetes cluster, with a database provisioned in your own instance and made accessible via your own DNS name. This page gives an overview of Static and Dynamic Resource Definitions.

Dynamic Resource Definition

Dynamic Resource Definitions specify a way for Humanitec to manage the full lifecycle of External Resources - creating them when needed and destroying them when they are no longer needed. To add dynamic Resource Definitions, you firstly need to add a Resource Account. Follow the guide to learn how to connect:

If you can’t see the needed resource or driver, contact us at [email protected].

Static Resource Definition

Static Resource Definitions provide a way of using External Resources that are not managed by Humanitec. (Compared to Dynamic Resource Definitions where the lifecycle is managed by Humanitec). Learn how to add static resource definitions:

If you can’t see the needed resource or driver, contact us at [email protected].