Highlights for the week ending May 20, 2022
Via the web UI, you can now not only inspect your own permissions for the Management API. As an admin, you can also inspect permissions for a specific group or user. If you use the web UI with single sign-on, please try it out! You’ll find the function in the user menu (top right) under Permissions.
kubectl gs get apps command output now provides a new column
NOTES where you can find useful information in case a deployment of an app failed. Check the documentation for an example.
kubectl gs login for creating a workload cluster certificate now supports arbitrary context names, in case you don’t want to name them after our convention, starting with a