I’m interacting with a large numbers of k8s clusters at $WORK and picked up some nice tools to make my life easier.
Firstly, get k9s. It’s a lovely tool for terminal-lovers. It has a nice vi-style interface with tab-completion, so you’d just have to something like
:namespaces to see the equivalent of
kubectl get ns.
For navigating through a cluster and exploring, this is a lot better than other GUIs like lens.
Secondly, get krew which is a plugin manager for kubectl. I installed these plugins to start with: