On the Projects tab, you can preview all existing projects to which you are assigned.

Figure.1: Projects

Each project is described by following information:

ID, Project Name, Organization Name #

Changeless descriptions for each Project.

View #

Link to your Kubernetes or Virtual Machines part of your 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 #

See durability of a project. By default, the expiration date of project is set to infinity.


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

Show hidden columns #

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

Expanded table
Figure.2: Expanded table

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 NameStatusCreation DateK8s versionCloud Type and Expiration Date. Also the search bar can be used to find some specific project.

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