Kubernetes and definitions card

On the left, the Kubernetes/definitions card allows you to easily explore the different sections related to the applications definitions and Kubernetes key information. The selector on top of the card, enables the user to select the active category between Kubernetes and Definitions. Depending on the active category,the different sections information available for the active environment is displayed:

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Search in the items list

Clicking on the section name, would change the content on the squared dark area below to display a list of the available elements. Those elements can be expanded to show the details just by clicking on the header. The header contains the name and an square with the section initial

There is always available a search input to type any term that will filter the below list items, that containing the introduced term. Unfortunately the highlight term feature is not yet released.

The active section information, as mentioned in the Basic usage section is automatically updated every 60 seconds, as well as after certain relevant events mentioned in the data refresh section.

To delete an item, there is a delete button Delete button on the bottom part of all the items when expanded


Kubernetes category holds all the related information to the Kubernetes relevant configuration objects secrets and config maps available for the active environment. Those items are tied to the deployed applications in the environment.

Config maps

A ConfigMap is an API object used to store non-confidential data in key-value pairs. Pods can consume ConfigMaps as environment variables, command-line arguments, or as configuration files in a volume. Check the Kubernetes official documentation to know more about config maps


A Secret is an object that contains a small amount of sensitive data such as a password, a token, or a key. Such information might otherwise be put in a Pod specification or in a container image. Using a Secret means that you don’t need to include confidential data in your application code.

Secrets are similar to ConfigMaps but are specifically intended to hold confidential data.

Check the Kubernetes official documentation to know more about secrets

Kubernetes category while search active

Kubernetes category, config maps section search


The definitions category contains all the available components, workflow steps, policies, traits or scopes items in the active environment. You can check Definitions section to access detailed information about the OAM 3 definitions concepts.

Definitions category, components section, k8s-objects item expanded
Definitions category, components section, k8s-objects item expanded