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Remove Built-in Apps in KubeSphere

As an open source and app-centric container platform, KubeSphere integrates 17 built-in apps in the App Store that is based on OpenPitrix. They are accessible to all tenants in a workspace, while you can also remove them from the App Store. This tutorial demonstrates how to remove a built-in app from the App Store.

Prerequisites

  • You need to use an account with the role of platform-admin (for example, admin) for this tutorial.
  • You need to enable the App Store.

Remove a Built-in App

  1. Log in to the web console of KubeSphere as admin, click Platform in the upper-left corner, and then select App Store Management.

  2. On the App Store page, you can see all 17 built-in apps in the list. Select an app that you want to remove from the App Store. For example, click Tomcat to go to its detail page.

    click-tomcat

  3. On the detail page of Tomcat, click Suspend App to remove the app.

    suspend-tomcat

  4. In the dialog that appears, click OK to confirm your operation.

    confirm-suspend

  5. To make the app available again in the App Store, click Activate App and then click OK to confirm your operation.

    activate-tomcat

    Note

    You can also create a new account with necessary roles based on your needs. For more information about managing apps in KubeSphere, refer to Application Lifecycle Management.

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