Docker-Compose But For Kubernetes
Multi-Tenancy Extension For Kubernetes
Virtual Kubernetes Clusters
Instead of spending hours debugging issues in isolation, collaborate as a team and get help from the experts on your team to resolve issues faster.
Sharing an environment with a colleague allows them to access the logs of your containers to identify problems with your setup or code directly when they happen.
Sharing Kubernetes-based dev environments via Loft lets your colleagues download a kube-context, so they can debug issues via kubectl, DevSpace, and other cloud-native tools.
Sometimes, a quick look is enough to provide valuable input regarding an issue. Send a link to Loft UI and let your colleagues take a quick look at your pods, container logs, etc.
Enable namespace and virtual cluster sharing and Loft will configure the underlying Kubernetes RBAC rules accordingly.
Colleagues can access the shared environment to collaboratively debug issues or get access on shared, work-in-progress APIs.
loft use space dev-api-server
Loft has created a kube-context on your local machine to access this namespace. It is your current kube-context now.
kubectl get pods
NAME READY STATUS AGE
api-server-84cd76b964 1/1 Running 10m