Accessing the Kubernetes Explorer
For easier management of Kubernetes resources, you can use the Kubernetes explorer, accessible from the Activity bar on the left under the Cloud Code view .
The Kubernetes Explorer is powered by
kubectl. It's an easier way to access
your Kubernetes clusters and run a variety of commands on them. With the Explorer,
you can carry out the following functions on your Kubernetes resources:
- Copy Resource Name: Copy the resource name to the clipboard.
- Describe: Run a
kubectl describeon the resource.
Delete: Delete the resource.
Resource specific actions
- Set as active cluster: Set specified cluster as active to use it as the default cluster.
- Open Dashboard: Open the Kubernetes Dashboard for the specified cluster.
- Set as active context: Set specified context as active to use it as the default context.
Add Secret as Environment Variable: Add an existing Kubernetes secret to the deployment as an environment variable.
Mount Secret as Volume: Mount an existing Kubernetes secret as a volume in the deployment's container.
- Stream Logs: Stream logs from a pod. If there are multiple containers in the pod, you will be asked to select one.
- View Logs: View logs from a pod. If there are multiple containers in the pod, you will be asked to select one.
- Stream Logs: Stream logs from a container.
- View Logs: View logs from a container.
- Get Terminal: Open an interactive terminal to the container.
For an external IP object, you can click on its Open Address button to open the address in a web browser.
- Clicking on a secret object will display the decoded secret as a file.