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Config Maps view#

Kubernetes ConfigMaps are a valuable resource for storing configuration data in a key-value format. They are commonly used to separate configuration details from application code, making it easier to manage and update configurations for different components of an application. ConfigMaps are essential for maintaining a separation of concerns, ensuring that your application is more flexible and can be adapted to various environments. See Kubernetes Documentation: ConfigMaps for details.

The Config Maps table lists the cluster ConfigMaps. You can click the ConfigMap and open the details panel with comprehensive information and access to various options for that ConfigMap. To find ConfigMaps, you can filter ConfigMaps by namespaces using the Namespace drop-down list and search for specific ConfigMaps using the Search Config Maps input field.

You can resize and reorder the table columns. Drag the column border in the table header to change the width. To change the column position, drag its header left or right. Also, you can sort objects in ascending or descending order by clicking the header of a column and configure the column visibility. By default, the table consists of the following columns:


The table content can be exported in the CSV file format.

Column Description
Name The name of the ConfigMap.
Namespace The namespace in which the ConfigMap resides.
Keys The number of key-value pairs contained within the ConfigMap.
Age The age of the ConfigMap, indicating its active duration.
More Actions Clicking on the button opens a drop-down list with the following actions:
  • Edit

    Changes the configuration of the ConfigMap.

  • Delete

    Removes the ConfigMap.