Accessing gopaddle UI

Steps to get the gopaddle UI endpoint for the gopaddle community edition

Kubernetes based installation

Follow these steps, if you have installed gopaddle community edition on MicroK8s, SUSE Rancher Prime, Digital Ocean, Artifact Hub, Kind, Minikube or Helm bassed Installations.

  1. Once the gopaddle community is installed, wait for gopaddle services to move to running state

    kubectl wait --for=condition=ready pod -l released-by=gopaddle -n gp-lite

    If you see this error message timed out waiting for the condition on pods, you can execute the above command once again to wait for all the gopaddle services to move to running state.

  2. Enable Firewall ports (if installing gopaddle lite on a cloud based VM)

    The following TCP network ports have to be enabled/opened to use the gopaddle lite dashboard:

    • Ports 30000 to 30006: gopaddle endpoints

    • Port 32000: Service node port for Grafana dashboard on Kubernetes

    • Any node port assigned for an application deployed on Kubernetes

  3. Access the gopaddle dashboard @ http://<NODE_IP>:30003NODE_IP can be obtained by listing the nodes in the cluster.

kubectl get nodes -o wide

If the cluster is installed on cloud based VMs, then the NODE_IP can be the public IP of the node.

Subscribe to gopaddle using your email ID. gopaddle will then send an initial password to the registered email ID. You can now login to the gopaddle dashboard using the email ID and the initial password.

Docker Compose Installation

gopaddle UI can be accessed @ http://localhost:8080

Subscribe to gopaddle using your email ID. gopaddle will then send an initial password to the registered email ID. You can now login to the gopaddle dashboard using the email ID and the initial password.

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