Get started by downloading the Infra CLI.
Log in to Infra.
infra login will prompt for which server to log in to (e.g. an Infra organization at
<org>.infrahq.com), as well as which authentication method to use.
Once logged in, Infra provides a command,
infra list to list the infrastructure the current user can access:
NAME ACCESS development edit development.frontend admin production view,logs
Infra automatically keeps local configuration files (e.g. KubeConfig, SSH config) up to date. The Infra CLI includes a command,
infra use, to switch the local context to a specific resource. For example to switch to the cluster named
infra use development
However, Infra is also compatible with existing tooling (e.g. kubectl). Contexts are prefixed with
kubectl --context infra:development get pods
To see the currently logged-in user, run
Important login information for the current user will be shown:
Server: acme.infrahq.com User: email@example.com (dz9jbzSsJa) Identity Provider: Google (accounts.google.com) Groups: Engineering