Kubeapps is a set of tools written by Bitnami to super-charge your Kubernetes cluster with:
- Your own application dashboard, allowing you to deploy Kubernetes-ready applications into your cluster with a single click.
- Kubeless, a Kubernetes-native Serverless Framework, compatible with serverless.com.
- SealedSecrets, a way to encrypt a Secret into a SealedSecret, which is safe to store...even for a public repository.
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Kubeapps assumes a working Kubernetes (v1.7+) with RBAC enabled and kubectl installed and configured to talk to your Kubernetes cluster. Kubeapps binaries are available for both Linux and OS X, and Kubeapps has been tested with both minikube and Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE).
On GKE, you must either be an "Owner" or have the "Container Engine Admin" role in order to install Kubeapps.
The simplest way to try Kubeapps is to deploy it with the Kubeapps Installer on minikube. Assuming you are deploying a binary installer on Linux, here are the commands to run:
These commands will deploy Kubeapps in your cluster and launch a browser with the Kubeapps dashboard.
To remove Kubeapps from your cluster, simply run:Installation
Get the latest release of Kubeapps Installer on the Github releases page.
Alternatively, when you have configured a proper Go environment (refer to the first two steps of Build from Source section), the latest Kubeapps Installer can be get-able from source:Build from Source
The Kubeapps Installer is a CLI tool written in Go that will deploy the Kubeapps components into your cluster. You can build the latest Kubeapps Installer from source by following the steps below:
The remainder of this section assumes that Go is installed in /usr/local/go. Update the paths in subsequent commands if you used a different location.
Set the Go environment variables:
Create a working directory for the project:
Clone the Kubeapps source repository:
Build the Kubeapps binary and move it to a location in your path: