One great feature of KubeGrid is its web-based terminal, giving you access to your Kubernetes cluster immediately, without you needing to install
kubectl or gather the kubeconfig file or the master node’s IP address and SSH key (although you certainly can if you want to!).
This is especially advantageous if you are managing multiple clusters, since you don’t need to remember which kubeconfig file belongs to which cluster. With the web-based terminal, you simply open the KubeGrid web UI for the cluster you’re interested in and select the
kubectl terminal link.
Check out the documentation and give it a try!