Yes. Automate TurboScale works with any Kubernetes-based platform. You can create an automation grid in your existing Kubernetes cluster using Helm or BrowserStack CLI. However, we recommend re-using the cluster only if it’s used for your testing components.
If you plan to reuse your cluster, you will need to perform additional steps to enable storage on your account and grant necessary permissions to your cluster to store test artifacts generated during the test run. You can find detailed documentation here on setting up an automation Grid on your cluster and saving artifacts recorded during the test run.