Kommander is a tool that provides a command console for deploying, monitoring, and managing production-ready Kubernetes clusters on an enterprise scale. Kommander supports both Konvoy and non-Konvoy clusters.
Currently, installing Kommander also installs Konvoy. Prerequisites and initial requirements for Kommander are the same as those for Konvoy. See the Konvoy Prerequisites topic for information.
Download and Install
To download Konvoy with Kommander, see the Download Konvoy topic for information.
Download the tarball to your local Downloads directory.
For example, if you are installing on MacOS, download the compressed archive to the default
Afterward, extract the tarball to your local system by running the following command (ensure the name of the file that you downloaded, and change konvoy-kommander_darwin.tar.bz2 accordingly):
tar -xf ~/Downloads/konvoy-kommander_darwin.tar.bz2
Copy the Konvoy package files to a directory in your user’s
PATH to ensure you can invoke the konvoy command from any directory.
For example, copy the package to
/usr/local/bin/ by returning to the directory that Kommander was extracted to, and running the following command:
sudo cp ~/Downloads/darwin/konvoy-kommander/* /usr/local/bin/
After you have the newest version of Konvoy, move into the directory where you would like to test. Note, you will have to confirm your access to your cloud or internal network provider, or you may encounter a message that says
failed to deploy the cluster: error provisioning cluster.
Once done, run this command:
Logging in with Username and Password
After you provision your first Konvoy cluster, your randomly-generated username, password, and a URL to Konvoy are printed to the command-line. Log in to Konvoy, and look for the “Try Kommander” button. If it’s not there, ensure you’ve installed the Konvoy release that includes Kommander.
To retrieve this information again, you can use the following command:
konvoy get ops-portal