Your Application Dashboard for Kubernetes

Kubeapps is an in-cluster web-based application that enables users with a one-time installation to deploy, manage, and upgrade applications on a Kubernetes cluster

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Deploy and Manage your Favorite Kubernetes Packages

Browse and deploy packages from public and private registries.

Perform day-two operations such as upgrades or rollbacks seamlessly.

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Use Private Namespaces and Multiple Clusters

Create and manage different catalogs isolating them in different namespaces and clusters just using a single Kubeapps instance.

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Secure Authentication and Authorization

Leverage RBAC and OAuth2/OIDC to authenticate and authorize users in Kubeapps.

About the project

Kubeapps is released as open-source software and provides community support through our GitHub project page.If you encounter an issue or have a question, feel free to reach out on the GitHub issues page for Kubeapps.

What is Kubeapps?

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Step 1: Install Kubeapps (for demo purposes)

  helm repo add bitnami

  helm install -n kubeapps --create-namespace kubeapps bitnami/kubeapps

Step 2: Create a demo credential with which to access Kubeapps and Kubernetes

  kubectl create --namespace default serviceaccount kubeapps-operator

  kubectl create clusterrolebinding kubeapps-operator --clusterrole=cluster-admin --serviceaccount=default:kubeapps-operator

  cat <<EOF | kubectl apply -f -
  apiVersion: v1
  kind: Secret
    name: kubeapps-operator-token
    namespace: default
    annotations: kubeapps-operator

  kubectl get --namespace default secret kubeapps-operator-token -o go-template='{{.data.token | base64decode}}'
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Step 3: Start the Kubeapps Dashboard

  kubectl port-forward -n kubeapps svc/kubeapps 8080:80

Go to localhost:8080

Meet the Kubeapps team:

Carlos Sánchez

Carlos Sánchez

Engineering Manager


The Kubeapps project team welcomes contributions from the community — please have a look at our contributing documentation.