Otomi Console is the web UI of Otomi and offers access to all integrated apps and self-service tasks.
Otomi Console has a topbar showing a cluster and team selector, the logged-in user and a dark/light-mode. The team selector allows to switch to your desired context. Otomi Console also has a menu on the left. This menu shows the sections "Platform", "Team
$name" and "Cluster".
The Platform section in the left menu provides access to:
- Apps: All active and inactive apps. Activate apps by dragging them to the active apps section
- Shortcuts: A list off all shortcuts created on this platform
- Clusters: A list of all known Kubernetes clusters running Otomi
- Policies: A list of all available security policies and their configuration for this platform
- Teams: A list of all Teams using this platform
- Services: A list of all services running on this platform
- Jobs: A list of all Jobs running on this platform
- Settings: Specific configuration of the platform
$name section gives access to:
- Apps: All the apps available to the team on this platform
- Shortcuts: All shortcuts available to the team on this platform
- Services: Services managed by the team on this platform
- Jobs: Jobs managed by the team on this platform
- Secrets: Secrets managed by the team on this platform
- Settings: Specific Team configuration options
The Cluster section shows:
- Cluster information such as name, cloud, region, k8s version, otomi version, etc
- A "Download KUBECFG" link to download a KUBECONFIG file that gives access to the namespace of the team selected. Admins can download one with
cluster-adminpermissions (giving access to all namespaces) by setting the team selector to '-'. You can use it like
export KUBECONFIG=$file_locationor by merging it with another KUBECONFIG file like
- When Otomi uses an automatic generated CA or Let's Encrypt staging certificates, a "Download CA" link is provided.
Please visit the official Kubernetes documentation about managing kube contexts.