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启用 VelaUX 控制台

Install#

vela addon enable velaux

expected output:

Addon: velaux enabled Successfully.

By default, velaux didn't have any exposed port.

Visit VelaUX by port-forward#

Port forward will work as a proxy to allow visiting VelaUX dashboard by local port.

vela port-forward addon-velaux -n vela-system

Choose > Cluster: local | Namespace: vela-system | Component: velaux | Kind: Service for visit.

Setup with Specified Service Type#

There are three service types for VelaUX addon which aligned with Kubernetes service, they're ClusterIP, NodePort and LoadBalancer. By default the service type is ClusterIP for security.

If you want to expose your VelaUX dashboard for convenient, you can specify the service type.

  • LoadBalancer type requires your cluster has cloud LoadBalancer available.
    vela addon enable velaux serviceType=LoadBalancer
  • NodePort type requires you can access the Kubernetes Node IP/Port.
    vela addon enable velaux serviceType=NodePort

After specify the service type to LoadBalancer or NodePort, you can obtain the access address through vela status:

vela status addon-velaux -n vela-system --endpoint

The expected output:

+----------------------------+----------------------+
| REF(KIND/NAMESPACE/NAME) | ENDPOINT |
+----------------------------+----------------------+
| Service/vela-system/velaux | http://<IP address> |
+----------------------------+----------------------+

Setup with Ingress domain#

If you have ingress and domain available in your cluster, you can also deploy VelaUX by specify a domain like below:

vela addon enable velaux domain=example.doamin.com

The expected output:

I0112 15:23:40.428364 34884 apply.go:106] "patching object" name="addon-velaux" resource="core.oam.dev/v1beta1, Kind=Application"
I0112 15:23:40.676894 34884 apply.go:106] "patching object" name="addon-secret-velaux" resource="/v1, Kind=Secret"
Addon: velaux enabled Successfully.
Please access the velaux from the following endpoints:
+----------------------------+---------------------------+
| REF(KIND/NAMESPACE/NAME) | ENDPOINT |
+----------------------------+---------------------------+
| Ingress/vela-system/velaux | http://example.doamin.com |
+----------------------------+---------------------------+

Specify the addon image#

By default the image repo is docker hub, you can specify the image repo by the repo parameter:

vela addon enable velaux repo=acr.kubevela.net

But it has API request limit, so you can try specify the acr.kubevela.net image registry as alternative, It's maintained by KubeVela team, we will upload/sync the built-in addon image for convenience.

This feature can also help you to build your private installation, just upload all images to your private image registry.

Last updated on by barnettZQG