Hello, I am aware that it is possible to transfer the ownership of a droplet to a different account (see link1 link2) but I want to know if it is possible to do the same with kubernetes clusters.
Thank you.

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Hi there!

Unfortunately, our DOKS product does not support transferring of ownership across accounts at this time.

The recommended way to avoid this product limitation would be:

  • Ensure all your manifests are stored in version controlled repository.
  • Deployed your manifests in an automated way using a CICD pipeline.

Having an automated deployment pipeline like this would allow migration of your workloads to a new cluster much simpler down the line by just adjusting the target deployment cluster.

Also see the documentation here for migrating DOKS LB’s to a new cluster: ​​https://github.com/digitalocean/digitalocean-cloud-controller-manager/tree/master/docs/controllers/services/examples#changing-ownership-of-a-load-balancer-for-migration-purposes

I hope this helps!