When attaching your cluster in Containership Cloud, you must assign it a unique Cluster Name, and Cluster Environment. These will be used to identify your cluster, in the Containership Cloud UI. 

NOTE: The Cluster Name and Cluster Environment are not stored in etcd, so you will not be able to identify your cluster by querying the Kubernetes API for these values. Instead, use standard Kubernetes properties such as namespace  and labels to identify your cluster via the API, or kubectl

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