In the deployment overview, you can see the counts of: rollouts, instances, interfaces, volumes, envs and secrets. You can also see the current container image. There is also a cpu and memory usage graph for the project. (keep in mind this is a live usage view, for tracking usage please use something like the https://github.com/prometheus-community/helm-charts/tree/main/charts/kube-prometheus-stack)

Kubernetes Resources

You can get all resources with the corresponding labels for the projectId and deploymentId set. So you can debug in your cluster if something breaks.

Deployment settings

In the project settings, you can change the project name, description, and labels. You can also delete the project from the project settings. There is also an option to use advanced editing mode for the project. Head over to the CRD section to learn more about the Operator CRD. You can also directly create a new blueprint from the selected project.

Advanced editing

There is no validation on what you configure in advanced editing. Make sure you know the configuration accoring to the Operator CRD. If something breaks, you can easily rollback in the Rollouts.

With advanced editing, you can add settings to the project that are not available in the UI. You can also see the raw CRD of the deployment.

New blueprint from deployment

With a new blueprint from the deployment, you can create a new blueprint with the same settings as the selected deployment. The only thing which is not copied are the ingress settings.

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