Hey, we're looking at Rancher to replace one of internally maintained tools for provisioning EKS clusters.
Currently the internally maintained tool follows this general workflow: Provision EKS infrastructure > configure essential add-ons so the cluster can function at a basic level (Calico, CoreDNS, Flux) > Flux installs the rest of the add-ons.
I'm curious how we could use Rancher to fill the role of that second step (configure essential add-ons so the cluster can function at a basic level). Is there an option to install some basic Kubernetes manifests during cluster provisioning? Or would it make more sense to have Rancher Fleet deploy those and Fleet replaces Flux as well?