Kore Operate enables teams to build and ship applications quickly and securely on self-service Kubernetes infrastructure.
- Self serve Kubernetes provides clusters configured with best practices.
- Cluster provisioning provides secure and consistent provisioning of Kubernetes environments for teams.
- Accounts and account users provides a single source for access and control across the estate.
- Plans and policies let administrators define the type and shape of resources for teams to consume.
- Cloud account automation and management provisions cloud accounts for your teams on demand.
- Amazon Web Services (AWS)
- Google Cloud Platform (GCP)
- Microsoft Azure (Azure)
There are three main user types in Kore, each with associated privileges: Kore Admin, Team Admin, Team Member. The table below shows what each user can do.
|Privileges||Kore Admin||Team Admin||Team Member|
|Add local users||✔️|
|Set up cloud accounts||✔️|
|Allocate cloud accounts to teams||✔️|
|Set up naming rules for clusters||✔️|
|Restrict access to cluster plans||✔️|
|Enable actual cost analysis||✔️|
|Manage IP address ranges||✔️|
|View security status for all clusters||✔️|
|View security status for my team's clusters||✔️||✔️||✔️|
|Create team clusters and namespaces||✔️||✔️||✔️|
|Create and trigger container builds||✔️||✔️||✔️|
|Create build and deploy robots for CI||✔️||✔️||✔️|
|Set up ingress and network policies for apps||✔️||✔️||✔️|
|Administer RBAC for any team||✔️|
|Administer RBAC for my teams||✔️||✔️|
|Invite users to any team||✔️|
|Invite users to teams where I'm a member||✔️||✔️||✔️|
These orthographic conventions are used in Kore documentation:
|Bold||UI elements: menu items, tabs, links, buttons|
|File names, parameters, commands, or anything else that a user types into a field, file, or CLI|
|Within commands or scripts, user-provided values are in all capital letters. For example: |
- See current releases of Kore Operate
- Install Kore
- Get started as a Kore administrator
- Get started as a Kore user
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