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  1. OpenShift UX Product Design
  2. PD-884

Adding optional RuntimeClass column in pods list view.


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      Kata containers are now being used in OpenShift sandbox. Kata containers are an open-source project that offers light-weight containers with the security of VMs. In OpenShift 4.8 the console team added the Runtime Class field to the Workloads details pages. This allows a user to see what workloads are using the kata runtime on both the Admin and Dev perspective. 

      * Why is this information important: Deployments using  Kata containers may require additional information and/or policies. Currently in the console the only way to identify which Pods are using the kata runtime class is by going to the details pages (Deployment, Pods, ReplicaSets, etc.).  


      Adding a method to filter by Runtime Class in the Pods list view would give a higher level view of these pods improving observability.  


            aronaldson Andrew Ronaldson
            aronaldson Andrew Ronaldson
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