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Enable Pluggable Components

This chapter demonstrates detailed steps of enabling different components in KubeSphere both before and after installation so that you can take full advantage of the container platform for your business.

Overview

Develop a basic understanding of key components in KubeSphere, including features and resource consumption.

KubeSphere App Store

Learn how to enable the KubeSphere App Store to share data and apps internally and set industry standards of delivery process externally.

KubeSphere DevOps System

Learn how to enable DevOps to further free your developers and let them focus on code writing.

KubeSphere Logging System

Learn how to enable Logging to leverage the tenant-based system for log collection, query and management.

KubeSphere Events

Learn how to enable Events to keep track of everything that is happening on the platform.

KubeSphere Alerting

Learn how to enable Alerting to identify any potential issues in advance before they take a toll on your business.

KubeSphere Auditing Logs

Learn how to enable Auditing to document platform events and activities.

KubeSphere Service Mesh

Learn how to enable KubeSphere Service Mesh to use different traffic management strategies for microservices governance.

Network Policies

Learn how to enable Network Policies to control traffic flow at the IP address or port level.

Metrics Server

Learn how to enable Metrics Server to use HPA to autoscale a Deployment.

Service Topology

Learn how to enable Service Topology to view contextual details of your Pods based on Weave Scope.

Pod IP Pools

Learn how to enable Pod IP Pools to assign a specific Pod IP Pool to your Pods.

KubeEdge

Learn how to enable KubeEdge to add edge nodes to your cluster.

Uninstall Pluggable Components from KubeSphere v3.1.x

Learn how to uninstall each pluggable component in KubeSphere v3.1.x.