Project User Guide
In KubeSphere, project users with necessary permissions are able to perform a series of tasks, such as creating different kinds of workloads, configuring volumes, Secrets, and ConfigMaps, setting various release strategies, monitoring app metrics, and creating alerting policies. As KubeSphere features great flexibility and compatibility without any code hacking into native Kubernetes, it is very convenient for users to get started with any feature required for their testing, development and production environments.
Understand the concept of app templates and how they can help to deploy applications within enterprises.
Learn how to deploy an application from a Helm-based template.
Learn how to deploy an application from the App Store.
Learn how to compose a microservice-based application from scratch.
Learn basic concepts of Deployments and how to create Deployments in KubeSphere.
Learn basic concepts of StatefulSets and how to create StatefulSets in KubeSphere.
Learn basic concepts of DaemonSets and how to create DaemonSets in KubeSphere.
Learn basic concepts of Services and how to create Services in KubeSphere.
Learn basic concepts of Jobs and how to create Jobs in KubeSphere.
Learn basic concepts of CronJobs and how to create CronJobs in KubeSphere.
Learn basic concepts of Routes (i.e. Ingress) and how to create Routes in KubeSphere.
Learn different properties on the dashboard in detail as you set container images for your workload.
How to configure Horizontal Pod Autoscaling on KubeSphere.
Learn how to create, edit, and mount a volume in KubeSphere.
Learn how to manage a snapshot of a persistent volume in KubeSphere.
Learn how to create a Secret in KubeSphere.
Learn how to create a ConfigMap in KubeSphere.
Learn how to create an image registry in KubeSphere.
Understand the basic concept of grayscale release.
Learn how to release a blue-green deployment in KubeSphere.
Learn how to deploy a canary service in KubeSphere.
Learn how to conduct a traffic mirroring job in KubeSphere.
Use S2I to import a Java sample project in KubeSphere, create an image and publish it to Kubernetes.
Use B2I to import an artifact and push it to a target repository.
Learn how to set alerting policies for workloads.
Learn how to view alerting policies for workloads.
Custom Application Monitoring
Introduce the KubeSphere custom monitoring feature and metric exposing, including exposing methods and ServiceMonitor CRD.
Deploy MySQL and MySQL Exporter and create a dashboard to monitor the app.
Use a Helm chart to deploy a sample web app and create a dashboard to monitor the app.
Understand the general steps of creating a monitoring dashboard as well as its layout.
Explore dashboard properties and chart metrics.
Learn how to specify monitoring metrics.