Otomi Console#

All known Otomi clusters are listed on this page. Clusters can be sorted based on:

ProviderThe configured Otomi provider (AWS, Azure, Google or on-prem)
NameThe name of the cluster
URLThe URL of the Otomi Console of the cluster

Kubernetes clusters running Otomi can be grouped by adding additional clusters. This enables to switch context between clusters by selecting Cluster on the top bar.

Screenshot (team role):

Console clusters

Adding additional clusters#

To create a team, follow these steps:

1. Modify the settings.yaml#

Add the additional cluster to the values/env/settings.yaml:

- domainSuffix: # the domain name of the cluster
name: cluster-name # the name of the cluster
provider: provider # the cloud provider where your cluster is running (AWS, Azure or Google)

2. validate changes (optional)#

When using Otomi CLI, you can validate the changes in the values based on the Otomi values schema:

otomi validate-values

Use -v to get more output

When successful, the output will show: otomi:validate-values:verbose Values validation SUCCESSFUL

3. Apply changes#

Commit and push the changes using Otomi CLI:

otomi apply

And then (optionally) commit and push the changes to git:

otomi commit -m "your commit comment" --no-verify