Graphical Kubernetes Application Management

Simplify, visualize, and analyze: Manage your Kubernetes applications graphically with a dashboard deployed within the cluster itself. 

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The Problem:

Today’s applications are getting more complex as companies adopt containers, microservices, and cloud native computing. Orchestration systems such as Kubernetes can help but add their own management requirements. It just keeps getting more complicated!!!

Are you dealing with:

  • Applications with multiple moving parts and dependencies requiring repeatable processes and solutions and visibility into that process?
  • Wasting time trying to troubleshoot why an application works in one environment and not another?
  • Lack of insight between different versions of your running application or different environments of your running applications?
  • Dashboards that don’t integrate with your existing point solutions like logging, monitoring or application performance management?
  • Long training times for the most costly part of your application lifecycle – people?
  • Frustration with using YAML as your only interface to your application?

It’s time to reduce the complexity! 

The Solution:

The solution is a better Kubernetes dashboard that allows users to manage their namespaces and Helm charts in a graphical environment. This dashboard would show the hierarchical structure of applications and support direct editing of subcomponents. Changes would be stored and versioned allowing application versions to be cloned into other namespaces or rolled back as the need arises.

At we’ve been building software to visualize your existing Kubernetes applications and now we’re using some of that technology, combined with information gleaned from your cluster, to build a new dashboard that is application centric. Features include:

Application-centric view of your Kubernetes cluster with downloadable application diagrams

Direct editing of individual application components rather than replacing the entire YAML file

Runtime component status displayed in the context of your application (e.g. replicas, state of system)

All modifications to the application are stored and versioned allowing rollback to a previous version

Cloning and editing of an application to deploy in a different namespace (e.g. a staging environment)

Support for custom data such as monitoring and logging

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