K8s Studio an IDE for Kubernetes users.
K8s Studio Short Abstract.
UxxU K8s Studio is a new IDE for Kubernetes. It provides a complete workspace with a rich tool set to administrate kubernetes clusters. We use the power of data visualization to give the user a 360 degrees view of the system and an interactive workbench to easily create and manage deployments.
Outline/Structure of the Talk
K8s Studio Long Abstract.
How to help kubernetes users in their work using the power of data visualization and integrated workspace.
Data visualization and UX applied to the Kubernetes world.
Kubernetes is a fantastic tool but still complex to use and interact with. When creating a deployment or managing a cluster it is easy to make mistakes and it is hard to see the big picture of all of the components and the different dependencies and relationships.
- The problem:
The problem is that today the information is fragmented. We spend our time using a gazillion number of tools and switching between different interfaces to be able to form a coherent view of what is going on in our cluster, nodes, services, deployments, etc.
- Study design:
Our approach at UxxU is to use the power of data visualization combined with an application workspace to give the user a complete 360 degrees view of their system and deployments. A view that is interactive and editable so the user can identify what action to take and can do it using the same interface without switching tools.
- Predictions and results:
What we are finding with our early adopters,
is that K8s Studio:
- Improves usability of Kubernetes in general.
- Reduces the learning curve for beginner users.
- Improves decision making.
- Reduces admin time.
- Makes kubernetes more accessible.
K8s is a modern and effective solution to help all kind of kubernetes users to be more efficient in their daily activities. We expect it to have a great success.
Learning about a new tool to be more productive when using Kubernetes.
Kubernetes users of all levels.
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