The Platform Dashboard (UI)

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The dashboard is the platform's graphical user interface and is also your entry point to your platform cluster. Go to the dashboard URL from any web browser and log in with your platform login credentials. The dashboard allows managing and monitoring platform activity. You can navigate the dashboard pages from the side navigation menu.

Some areas of the dashboard and some UI operations might not be available to you, depending on your user permissions. See Platform Users and Security.

  • Home — contains useful links to help you get started with common tasks.

  • Projects — allows creating, viewing, and managing projects. You can view MLOps models, features, artifacts (files), jobs, workflows, and functions; run jobs and workflows; and schedule jobs; for more information, see Data Science and MLOps. You can also create, view, and configure Nuclio serverless functions and API gateways; for more information, see Nuclio Serverless Functions.

  • Pipelines — displays a Kubeflow Pipelines dashboard for managing your ML pipelines.

  • Services — displays information about application services for the logged-in user with options to create, run, configure, monitor, enable, disable, restart, and delete services from a single interface. For more information, see Platform Services.

    • Except where otherwise specified, when you open a service from the dashboard you're automatically logged into the service as the active dashboard user.
    • You need to add a security exception upon the first login to any of the HTTPS URLs.

  • Data — allows viewing information about the data containers that make up the platform data layer, browsing their contents, uploading and downloading files; and managing data-access policies. For more information, see Data Layer.

  • Clusters — displays information about the platform's data and application clusters, including status, alerts, and performance data. For data clusters, you can change the cluster's status (for example, take the cluster offline or shut it down), collect logs, and get data-artifact versions. For application clusters, you can view a graphical cluster-status Grafana dashboard. For more information, see Cluster Management and Deployment.

  • Storage — displays information about the platform's data nodes and related data disks, including available and used capacity and per-container usage.

  • Identity — allows managing the platform's users and user groups, including working with an external identity provider (IdP). For more information, see Platform Users and Security.

  • Events — displays platform event logs, alerts, and audit information. For more information, see Logging, Monitoring, and Debugging.

  • Help — displays useful information and links to assist you in using in using the platform.

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