Configure Dashboard Interface
Interface section in the Admin Panel allows you to control various UI related settings. They can be used to show/hide certain features on the dashboard.
Enable External Clusters
External clusters feature allows you to connect third-party Kubernetes clusters in a read-only mode to your Kubermatic
project. Those clusters will not be managed by the Kubermatic Kubernetes Platform therefore the available information
will be limited. Clusters on the list will have an
External badge to indicate their origin.
This is how it looks like on the external cluster list and details page:
Enable Kubernetes Dashboard
This section controls the Kubernetes Dashboard support for created user clusters. When enabled an
button will appear on the cluster details, and the API will allow Kubernetes Dashboard proxy access through the API.
Enable OIDC Kubeconfig
This setting controls whether OIDC provider should be used as a proxy for the
kubeconfig. For more details on this feature please visit
OIDC Provider Configuration.
Disable Admin Kubeconfig
This setting controls whether Admin kubeconfig feature should be enabled for the user clusters. When disabled, the
Admin Kubeconfig button will
not be visible on the cluster details page and the corresponding API endpoints will be disabled.
Enable Web Terminal
This setting controls whether the
Web Terminal feature should be enabled for the user clusters. When enabling it, a button will appear on the
top right side of the user cluster page and the API will allow its usage. Note that
OIDC Kubeconfig should be enabled to allow this option.
Please visit Web Terminal for more information about this feature.
Enable Share Cluster
This section controls the support for sharing access to clusters with other users. When enabled, a
option will appear in menu on the cluster details, and it can be used to share a link to download the cluster
Please visit Share Clusters via Delegated OIDC Authentication for more information about this feature.