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    Secure Kubernetic on-premises with Pomerium

    Deploy Kubernetic on-premises and secure it using Pomerium.

    Kubernetic running on-premises using Pomerium for authentication

    With Kubernetic Team you can now deploy Kubernetic on your own cluster. In previous blog post we discussed how to secure it on GKE using Identity-Aware Proxy (IAP). In this blog we’ll extend on that by running Pomerium as Identity-Aware Proxy on your own cluster so that you can deploy it anywhere.

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    Running Securely Kubernetic on-premises with Identity-Aware Proxy

    Deploy Kubernetic on-premises and secure it using Identity-Aware Proxy.

    Kubernetic running on-premises using IAP for authentication

    Last week we released Kubernetic 3.1.0 the desktop edition of a single-pane of glass to manage your kubernetes resources. Today we’re releasing the Kubernetic Team edition, deployed on-premises on your own cluster, and we’ll go through the process of securing the installation using Google Cloud’s Identity-Aware Proxy (IAP.

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    Kubernetic v3.1.0 Released

    We started Kubernetic as a desktop app early-on for Kubernetes, because we saw the potential of Kubernetes itself for power users, but also the complexity it poses for newcomers and it steep learning curve, so we’ve built it focusing on two main factors, productivity for power users and discoverability for newcomers.

    Today, we release v3.1.0, with a theme. A main feature that is a bit of-course of those two factors, but our users (that’s you) have asked for it and we couldn’t resist the temptation to satisfy you, so here you have it, but don’t worry cause we have other treats as well, just keep reading.

    Dark Mode 😎 is here!

    Now you can toggle dark mode from preferences, and say bye-bye to eye strain.

    Kubernetic switching in Dark Mode
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    Announcing Kubernetic v3

    With this new release we’re rolling out some cool new features that will help you boost your productivity working with your Kubernetes clusters.

    Table of Pods with some running and failing examples
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    Announcing Kubernetic 2.7.0 — Control Plane for your clusters

    Today we released a new version of Kubernetic with some very interesting new features:

    • Support for CRDs
    • Deployment Rollout commands
    • Open Terminal inside containers
    • Aggregated Logs
    • Port forwarding
    • Support for RBAC management
    • Package management with Helm

    The release also contains a list of bug fixes, for an extensive list you can check our Changelog.