On the Projects tab, you can preview all existing projects for your organization.

Figure.1: Projects

Each project is described by following information:

Id, Project Name, Organization Name #

Changeless descriptions for each Project.

Status #

Status shows the current status and actions of your servers in the project in real-time. Below are all possible statuses listed with their description.

  • Ready
    • all servers in the project are ready without any issues
  • Deleting
    • one or more servers in your current project are being deleted
  • Failure
    • one or more servers failed during the action for any reason (for instance during boot or creation)
  • Pending
    • one or more servers are in a pending state, which means that, for instance, they have not yet been created on the hosted platform
  • Updating
    • one or more servers in the project are being updated by Taikun during the creation process
  • Upgrading
    • one or more servers upgrade Kubernetes, cloud credentials or others

Health #

This column describes a condition of the project cluster. Keep in mind that a good-working project should be always Healthy.

  • Healthy
    • cluster id without any further problems
  • None
    • cluster is probably empty, there is nothing to check
  • Unhealthy
    • problems with connection to Kubernetes or Monitoring API
  • Unknown
    • cannot connect Kubernetes API
  • Warning
    • minor issues

Creation Date #

The exact time stamp when the project was created.

Kubernetes Version #

Shows current Kubernetes version for each project.

Cloud Type #

Shows which provider is hosting your project cluster

  • AWS
  • Azure
  • OpenStack

K8’s #

kubernetes active Kubernates active

kubernetes not active Kubernetes not active

Expiration Date #

This feature helps you to manage your project – its durability. By default, the expiration date to your project is set to infinity. You can set it during project creation or modify it after the project is created with Extend Project Lifetime.


After the expiration date, your project is NOT affected, deleted or lock. It will stays the same.

Assigned Users #

assigned Edit which users should have access to the project, confirm with update button


You can also assign the user to a project in Users.


lock Lock Project – disable all buttons which can cause some changes in project (see Projects – Project Details)

unlock Unlock Project – enable action buttons

delete Delete – to delete project, the project must be empty with status Ready

Show hidden columns #

Click small arrow on the right side of the table to see more details.

Expanded table
Figure.2: Show hidden columns

Expand the table to see:

  • Alerts count – number of firing alerts in a project
  • Created By
  • Last Modified
  • Last Modified By

Sorting #

Projects can be sorted by Project Name, Organization NameStatusCreation DateKubernetes version or Cloud Type. Also the search bar can be used to find some specific project.

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