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Cockpit 0.77 Released

  • Componentizing Cockpit
  • The URLs changed
  • Authentication when Embedding Cockpit
  • Deleting and Adjusting Kubernetes Objects
  • Warning when too many machines
  • From the Future

Making REST calls from Javascript in Cockpit

Not all of the system APIs use DBus. So sometimes we find ourselves in a situation where we have to use REST (which is often just treated as another word for HTTP) to talk to certain parts of the system. For example Docker has a REST API.For this tutorial you’ll...

Cockpit's Kubernetes Dashboard

Here’s a video showing what I’ve been working on together with some help from a couple Cockpit folks. It’s a Cockpit dashboard for Kubernetes.If you haven’t heard about Kubernetes … it’s a way to schedule docker containers across a cluster of machines, and take care of their networking, storage, name...

Cockpit on RHEL Atomic Beta

If you’ve tried out the RHEL Atomic Host Beta you might notice that Cockpit is not included by default, like it is in the Fedora Atomic or CentOS Atomic. But there’s an easy work around:$ sudo docker run --privileged -v /:/host -d stefwalter/cockpit-atomic:wipThis is an interim solution, and has some...