Workspaces give you the flexibility to represent your organization in a way that makes sense for your team and configuration.
For example, you can create separate workspaces for each department, product, or business function. Each workspace manages their own clusters and role-based permissions, while retaining an overall organization-level view of all clusters in operation.
Global / Workspace UI
The UI is designed to be accessible for different roles:
At the top level, Global, IT administrators manage all clusters across all workspaces.
At the Workspace level, devops administrators manage multiple clusters within a workspace.
At the Projects level, devops administrators or developers manage configuration and services across multiple clusters.
To get started immediately, you can use the default workspace that is created when Kommander is deployed. Your workspace delegation can be done at a later time.
Workspace Platform Services
How workspace platform services work…Read More
Workspace Platform Service Configuration Requirements
Workspace Platform Service Descriptions and Resource Requirements…Read More
Create New Workspaces
Use Kommander to create new workspaces…Read More
Edit and Delete Workspaces
Use Kommander to edit and delete workspaces…Read More
Workspace Platform Service Dependencies
Dependencies between workspace platform services…Read More