Sealos is built using the approach of application separation and application interconnection, where different applications can be deployed independently or combined with other applications to provide services.
All services are authenticated using
kubeconfig as the application identity, ensuring a consistent user experience whether in a browser, using the
sealos command line locally, or even with a third-party client.
Applications on Sealos adopt a front-end and back-end separation architecture, and the front-end can provide
SSR capabilities, allowing applications to provide services independently to the outside world without being bound to the Sealos monolith.
Using the following diagram as an example:
App Launchpad is a application deployment tool provided by Sealos, and Terminal is a terminal application for the Sealos system, providing command-line services consistent like a single-machine operating system terminal.
For various applications on Sealos, they can interact directly with
Kubernetes services, or interact with various CRD controllers such as Terminal Controller and Ingress-Nginx Controller, etc.
Applications can also call each other, for example, a database created by a user in the Database application can directly invoke the Terminal application and automatically connect to the database for debugging.
For more information, please refer to the link documentation.