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# Run GitLab Runner on a Kubernetes cluster
**Tip:**
TIP: **Tip:**
We also provide a [GitLab Runner Helm Chart](https://docs.gitlab.com/ce/install/kubernetes/gitlab_runner_chart.html)
To install the GitLab CI Runner on Kubernetes there are several resources that need to be defined and then pushed to the cluster with `kubectl`. This topic covers how to:
1. Register the new runner using the API
1. Define the runner ConfigMap in a yaml file
1. Define the runner Deployment yaml file
1. Push the definitions to a Kubernetes cluster using `kubectl`
1. Register the new runner using the API.
1. Define the runner ConfigMap in a yaml file.
1. Define the runner Deployment yaml file.
1. Push the definitions to a Kubernetes cluster using `kubectl`.
## Register the new runner using the API
The runner must first be registered to your project (or group or instance) so that the runner token
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[Configuring GitLab Runners](https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/ci/runners/README.html). The runner token is returned
by the API runner registration command.
## Define the Runner `ConfigMap`
Create a file named `runner_config.yml` from the following example:
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