Kubero turns your Kubernetes infrastructure into a PaaS (Platform as a Service)
Kubero allows you to deploy your application in a Kubernetes cluster without the need for writing Kubernetes manifests or Dockerfiles. It is designed to simplify the deployment process for developers, so they can focus on building their applications, without worrying about the underlying infrastructure.
In essence, Kubero is a Kubernetes Operator with a user-friendly UI. It has a very small footprint and is easy to install.
Some screenshots of the current application
Frequently Asked Questions
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Does Kubero require any special Kubernetes cluster?
No. Kubero can be installed on any Kubernetes cluster. The Kubero CLI has built in installers for several cloudprovider or on-premises clusters to get you started.
Can I manage my Kubernetes cluster with Kubero?
No. Kubero manages only his own resources. But the CLI has built in installers for several cloudprovider or on-premises child clusters to get you started.
Is there a user authentication?
Yes. There is a very simple built in authenticatation for very small teams. For bigger teams, you can use an external authentication provider like Github or any Oauth2 provider.
Is there any support/service I can book?
No. And there is nothing planned yet.
Is Kubero free to use?
Yes, Kubero is free and open source.
Can i add my own app to services?
Yes. Pull requests are very welcome. Read here how to add your own app to services.