Loft Plugin for DevSpace - adds commands like `devspace create space` or `devspace create vcluster` to DevSpace (by loft-sh)

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  • Multi cluster vs namespaces
    4 projects | | 5 Feb 2023
    Lastly, one day my employer will let my run Loft so that I can provide on-demand ephemeral k8s clusters to my dev + test teams.
  • Dedicated backend resources per client
    3 projects | | 17 Dec 2022
    Have a look at and maybe the paid version
  • Create new pods/containers for each new user that signs up?
    2 projects | | 10 Dec 2022
    How many friends? I would recommend evaluating Loft which is free for up to 3 users.
    5 projects | | 7 Nov 2022
    Loft solves this + much more. There are cost-saving features too, so it might actually pay for itself. Don't hesitate to book a demo.
  • 7 Kubernetes Cost Optimization Tools To Observe and Save on Costs
    3 projects | | 21 Oct 2022 provides self-serve Kubernetes solutions for cost optimization, CI/CD, policy enforcement, user management, collaboration, and more. It helps save on Kubernetes costs by using quotas and space constraints which helps while sharing your clusters among multiple users and teams. Auto delete for idle namespaces and sleep mode for idle workloads also saves costs.
  • vcluster as a Service
    4 projects | | 18 Oct 2022
    Another question is about argocd, can it have the right accès for each vcluster? You can add vcluster to Argo CD just as any other cluster, that should also just work. But you will have to manage auth in Argo manually. In Loft, our commercial project, we are preparing a slick integration with Argo CD that will make this much easier.
  • Federated kube user management/dashboard tool?
    2 projects | | 8 Sep 2022
    Have a look at Loft. It is not concerned with cluster management as some other tools, instead, it focuses on user management, self service, auditing, and cost optimization for dev workloads. It has some unique features too, like commercially supported virtual clusters.
  • Kubernetes Multi-Tenancy with Argo CD And Loft
    6 projects | | 25 Jul 2022
    There are several ways of implementing multi-tenancy in your cluster, including namespacing, vclusters, and so on. Furthermore, there are also Kubernetes tools like Loft and Argo CD that make implementation and management of multi-tenancy in your Kubernetes cluster a breeze. In this article, you’re going to learn about multi-tenancy, its benefits, and how Loft and Argo CD can help you achieve multi-tenancy in your cluster.
  • Nomad vs. Kubernetes: Picking the Right Tool in 2022
    9 projects | | 25 Jul 2022
    That said, there is no denying that the popularity of Kubernetes drives the development of powerful integration tools such as Loft, which takes the multi-tenancy and self-service capabilities of Kubernetes to the next level.
  • Development Environments with vcluster
    9 projects | | 18 Jul 2022
    Check the names. That is the translation layer that vcluster makes for you. There are a couple of things to keep in mind when working with vclusters: Reserve resources enough for those StatefulSet pods: It is a good practice to have nodes with resources dedicated solely to these pods and make sure that the pods are deployed in those nodes. The intention is that the StatefulSet pods (vcluster control planes) will not run out of resources which would dramatically impact the performance of the vcluster. To do this, you can play with taints and nodeselectors in the nodes. Logs and Kubernetes metadata: Log Aggregators tools like [Fluentbit]( and [Grafana Promtail]( rely on the Kubernetes structure and naming convention. Log folders and files follow the kubernetes structure given by the host cluster. From the command above, you could see that the same pod has different names in vcluster and in the host. Therefore, if you deploy one of the observability tools mentioned before in the vcluster, the expected structures will not match the one in the host cluster.The consequence is that the vcluster will not be able to leverage the Kubernetes metadata, nor the log traces from the applications in that cluster. This issue is currently being addressed by the [Loft Labs]( team at the time of writing this post. The last interesting point to mention is the capability to pause/resume individual vcluster (StatefulSets). In case you do not want to destroy the entire environment created in the workshop you can just do:
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