Is there a read-only mode with the Cockpit interface to allow system details to be gathered, but not altered?


Our use for Cockpit would like to see a read-only mode and perhaps a couple of different read/write mode access levels (middleware team can only restart httpd & JBoss etc).  I’m looking at this from the perspective of seeing the Foreman-cockpit plugin this week.  This plugin seems to provide unfettered access for any Foreman user.  Is this where “Deep Integration” will come in?


Also wondering if it’s possible to write bespoke modules for Cockpit to allow us to report our specific application stats back via the Cockpit service.  The docs explain how to embed cockpit and use cockpit components, but not how to integrate our own modules into cockpit (to my non-developer eyes).






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