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By default, Glasskube collects some client usage data. We use this data to better understand how our users use Glasskube, identify bugs and make Glasskube a better product overall.

What we collect

Client (CLI/UI):

  • Glasskube version
  • Type of Operating System (Linux/Windows/Mac)
  • Which Glasskube-clusters the client is interacting with
  • Executed commands (without flags' values), whether they succeeded or not, and how long they took to execute
  • Browser user agent when using the UI
  • Executed operations on the UI (without config values)


  • Glasskube version
  • Kubernetes version
  • Number of nodes
  • Type of cloud provider
  • Which Glasskube packages are installed and in which version, and whether the installation is successful or faulty

Website (

  • Browser user agent
  • Visited Page

What we don’t collect:

  • Personal information about you
  • Any other information about cluster resources
  • Any kind of data about what else is running or stored on your machine or your cluster
  • Any sensitive or secret information contained in your cluster
  • Any configured values of the Glasskube packages
  • Specific data about errors, as they could contain sensitive information about your cluster configuration

How exactly do we collect the data?

As Glasskube is fully open source, you can find exactly what we track by looking up occurrences of posthog in our code base.

Where is the telemetry data stored?

We use Posthog to store this kind of information. The data is stored in Posthog’s EU cloud.

How to opt out?

Use the command glasskube telemetry status to check whether telemetry is disabled for this cluster or not. Disable telemetry with glasskube telemetry disable. You can always opt in again with glasskube telemetry enable.

At the moment, Glasskube does not keep any client-side configuration, so the information about whether telemetry is enabled, is stored in the cluster.