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Manage Palette Workspace

Palette supports several day 2 operations to manage the end-to-end lifecycle of the Kubernetes clusters through Workspaces. It also provides several capabilities across new and imported clusters to keep your clusters secure, compliant, up to date, and perform ongoing management operations like Backup and Restore. Additionally, you can have visibility into the workloads running inside your cluster and cluster costs.

The following sections describe these capabilities in detail:

Workload Visibility

Workspace provides visibility into workloads deployed across clusters.

ResourceDescription availed from Workspace
NamespacesCluster Specific namespaces with CPU and Memory utilization.
PodsLists all the pods running on a particular namespace with cluster names with the detailed health status, age, and resource utilization of each of them.
DeploymentsAll the running deployments specific to clusters belonging to the Workspace with namespace to which these deployments belong, pods details, replicas, and age are enumerated
DaemonSetsDaemonSet resource utilization is described, with details on namespaces, pods, and age of individual Daemon sets
StatefulSetsAll the active StatefulSets specific to clusters belonging to the Workspace with corresponding namespace, pods details, replicas, and age are enumerated
JobsA Job creates one or more Pods and will continue to retry execution of the Pods until a specified number of them successfully terminate.
CronJobsCron Jobs are regularly scheduled actions or jobs such as backups, report generation, etc. Each of these jobs will recur as scheduled.
RoleBindingA role binding grants the permissions defined in a role to a user or set of users.
ClusterRoleBindingA Cluster Role binding defines the permissions defined across a cluster.