The details of a cluster provide information and tools to edit and interact with the cluster.

You can view and modify existing PKS clusters by clicking the clusters name from the PKS Clusters page. Also, the details of the cluster contain interactive tools you can use to interact with the cluster for more complex configurations.

Note: You can only edit the number of worker nodes of a cluster.


The dashboard field status indicates that the Kubernetes dashboard is installed. If installed, you can access the dashboard by clicking Installed and logging in.

Note: The dashboard must be configured on the cluster for basic authentication. Without basic authentication, you cannot log in.


The kubeconfig link is a downloadable configuration file for the cluster. You can use this configuration file, as container developer, to connect to and configure the Kubernetes cluster within the command-line prompt window. For example, using the kubectl command.