Via the menu item “Manage Cluster” you can display your active clusters.
The dashboard provides you with all important cluster information. You can check the status of your master components and worker nodes.
You can easily extend your cluster with new worker nodes. Kubermatic will automatically configure them and integrate them into your cluster.
Kubermatic automatically creates your clusters
kubeconfig file. It can be downloaded using the icon button on the left of the “Add Node Deployment” button.
To connect to your cluster configure
kubectl command line tool to use your
You are now able to proxy into your cluster and run your favorite
export KUBECONFIG=$(pwd)/<your-config-file> kubectl get nodes NAME STATUS ROLES AGE VERSION kubermatic-4js24fv79x-4cqsc Ready <none> 1h v1.10.3 kubermatic-4js24fv79x-r2b9r Ready <none> 1h v1.10.3 kubermatic-4js24fv79x-z2xn5 Ready <none> 1h v1.10.3