The Developer Guide contains information on how to use Kore to provision infrastructure for, and deploy, your applications.
First check out these topics:
- Learn about Kore features and user privileges in the Welcome section.
- Get started with the CLI—see Get the CLI and Using the CLI.
- To use the UI, see Using the Kore Portal.
Everything you can do in Kore is related to a specific team and your permissions within that team. There are three different ways to become a member of a team:
- You are added by a team admin.
- You are sent an invitation link.
- You create a team, which you own/administer.
Once you're in a team, you can:
- Add or invite team members to it—see
kore create teamand
kore create member.
- Configure a profile for your team to access an environment with the CLI—see
kore profile configure.
- Kore creates domains for you automatically when you create a cluster, but if desired, you can create a cluster DNS zone for your app.
- If you're using the CLI, you can set a default team and/or use the
-tflag to specify a team for a CLI command.
As a team administrator, you can also:
- Promote team members to be team admins.
- Administer your team's role-based access (RBAC) by creating policies for how members can assume roles, or assign them to robots. For more information, see the RBAC section.
- Create a cluster and namespace for an app in one of the supported public clouds—see Clusters and Namespaces.
- Get access to a cluster—see kore access cluster.