Kubernetes Dashboard consists of following dashboard views:
- Admin View: It lists Nodes, Namespaces, and Persistent Volumes which has a detailed view of them, where node list view contains CPU and memory usage metrics aggregated across all Nodes and the details view shows the metrics for a Node, its specification, status, allocated resources, events, and pods running on the node.
- Workloads View: It is the entry point view that shows all applications running in the selected namespace. It summarizes the actionable information about the workloads, for example, the number of ready pods for a Replica Set or current memory usage for a Pod.
- Services View: It shows the shows Kubernetes resources that allow for exposing services to the external world and discovering them within a cluster.
- Storage and Config View: The Storage view shows Persistent Volume Claim resources which are used by applications for storing data whereas config view is used to shows all the Kubernetes resources that are used for live configuration of applications running in clusters.
For detailed explanation have a look at this blog.