The growing cloud native ecosystem means tools with bigger manifests to manage, alongside an explosion of code with differing syntaxes, which has become challenging for engineers. Let’s have a look...
It’s not enough to have your Kubernetes manifest syntax error free. Security and following best practices, are a vital part of a healthy and reliable application deployment.
Learn how to create your own Kubernetes home server and expose it to the internet with the help of Monokle, a Kubernetes manifest IDE.
Learn about the common errors in Kubernetes manifests and how Monokle can help you identify and fix errors instantly.
If you are looking to improve your cloud native OpX, give Monokle a try. It will make you a happier YAML engineer.
The Monokle Team at Kubeshop is proud to announce version 1.6.0 of Monokle, our open-source desktop tool to help you with all-things-related to Kubernetes manifests.
Managing Kubernetes manifests can be a difficult, time consuming task if you don’t have an easy way to manage them at scale. That is, if you don’t have Monokle.
Monokle is a great tool to inspect your manifests with an easy and intuitive interface showing you how your manifests are connected to each other and how they translate to your existing cluster.
Monokle is built using Electron, which is used to build desktop applications across multiple platforms using a web framework like react.
The Monokle Team at Kubeshop is proud to announce version 1.5.0 of Monokle, our open-source desktop tool to help you with all-thing-related to Kubernetes manifests.
Another month - another release for Monokle - our open source desktop tool for making the lives of all dedicated kubernetes manifest/yaml herders out there a little/lot easier!
Kubeshop is excited to sponsor the first Cloud Native Hackathon by Community Classroom. Check out our guide to Monokle, TestKube, and Monokle to get started with the tools before the Hackathon.
Monokle version 1.3.0 — our open source tool for managing Kubernetes manifests — with some truly exciting new functionality and requested features to make developers lives easier like...
Your best k8s friend Monokle is friendlier than ever! After our initial release we’ve focused on fixing bugs and improving core…
Ever since I started working with k8s I’ve been struggling with deployment artefacts; manifests, kustomize, helm-charts, yaml-syntax, you…