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h2. Kubernetes cloud profile
Cloud profiles rely on cloud providers to do its job. To use it, one has to enable the Kubernetes plugin by providing a configuration file in _Administration/Plugin Management_ page as demonstrated below:


Then one can follow the [cloud profiles|Working with Cloud Profiles] guide to create cloud profiles using Kubernetes launchers like below:

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h2. Create build agent image
You should use your own docker image when define the Kubernetes profile. The image should be pre-configured with your build environment as well as QuickBuild build agent. Below is an example to create a Debian Linux image only with OpenJDK and build agent installed.

# Assume we have build agent installed at _/path/to/buildagent_. First run the build agent to make sure it can connect with the build server.
# Create file _/path/to/buildagent/Dockerfile_ with below content:
FROM openjdk:8-jdk
ADD . /app
CMD ["/app/bin/wrapper-linux-x86-64", "/app/conf/wrapper.conf"]
# Change to directory _/path/to/buildagent_, and run below command
sudo docker build -t youraccount/qbagent:latest .
# Then publish the built image:
sudo docker push youraccount/qbagent:latest

With this example, you should use docker image _youraccount/qbagent:latest_ when define the Kubernetes profile above