k8dash is now Skooner! We are currently updating our documentation to reflect this change.

# Documentation


More documentation coming soon.

# Understanding the Skooner UI

Once you have Skooner running, familiarize yourself with the Skooner user interface.

Section Description
Nodes Provides insight on server resource allocations. Shows the list of servers and the CPU / RAM used by each server.

For more details, click on a server. This shows which pods are running on that server.
Workloads Helps you monitor deployments. Shows the deployments, daemon sets, jobs, etc.

For more details, click on the listed pods. In this view, you can:

- Edit the pod configuration YAML
- View the documentation
- Delete a pod
- View logs or even SSH into a pod directly from your browser.
Namespace Helps to filter your cluster details by namespace.
Config Maps A config map is a Kubernetes concept that allows you to set up configurations and tie them to deployments.
Service Accounts Manage users, roles, and permissions for your cluster.
Apply Make YAML configuration changes to your cluster.
Ingress Manage configurations.
Storage Manage persistent volumes and claims.

Skooner also includes sections for services, replicas, and more.