When you're working with multiple Kubernetes clusters, there's a lot to worry about. It's easy to forget which one you're currently pointed at, and tedious to keep switching contexts with kubectl on the command line. And then you accidentally push an early alpha build into production.
Clusterverse brings order to your Kubernetes world by showing all of your clusters in your Mac's menubar, whether they be locally configured, like minikube, or managed in DigitalOcean. With one click, your local context is updated and you can kubectl without a care in the world.
You can also set your default namespace with a click, and see which one you're operating on. And Clusterverse will remember your namespace preferences when you switch contexts, even for DigitalOcean clusters.
And now, Clusterverse can display your currently active cluster or namespace in the menubar so you don't even have to click the icon to see your current context.
And one more thing about DigitalOcean - those certificates that expire weekly? Don't worry about it. Clusterverse periodically updates your local version so you'll always have access.
Stop worrying about switching between your Kubernetes clusters. Clusterverse lets you stay focused on the important stuff by handling the tedious stuff.
Version 1.1 is here with some big improvements!
- You can now choose to display your current cluster or namespace in the Clusterverse menu bar icon (if you want)
- There's a new "refresh data" button to reload clusters and namespaces, and automatic refreshes are more frequent
- New keyboard shortcuts to reload data and open settings!
- Clusterverse now remembers which Kubernetes cluster you were previously working with when you relaunch it
- Clusterverse will now remember which namespace you were working with in each cluster and automatically select it in kubectl
- Updated bundled kubectl binary to 1.18.0
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