Shining a light on the Kubernetes User Experience with Headlamp

If you’ve ever seen a Kubernetes demo, it probably involved a terminal and someone typing commands using kubectl and arcane yaml configuration files. This might be a powerful workflow for experts, but in an age when everything has a slick web interface, it is not the most accessible user experience. It steepens the learning curve […]

If you’ve ever seen a Kubernetes demo, it probably involved a terminal and someone typing commands using kubectl and arcane yaml configuration files. This might be a powerful workflow for experts, but in an age when everything has a slick web interface, it is not the most accessible user experience. It steepens the learning curve for those new to Kubernetes, and presents a barrier to occasional users.
Of course, there are several graphical user interfaces available for Kubernetes, including the Kubernetes Dashboard project that is part of upstream Kubernetes itself.
Source: Kinvolk