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Manage your resources and organization with the Cloud UI
The CoreWeave Cloud UI, sometimes referred to simply as the Cloud UI, is CoreWeave's Web management platform. Here, nearly all organization resources and account settings are managed from easy-to-use dashboards.
Each of the Cloud UI dashboards make it easy to deploy and manage resources or make changes to the organization. Below are quick overviews describing each Cloud UI dashboard and the features they control.

Main dashboard

Screenshot of the main dashboard of the CoreWeave Cloud UI
The main dashboard is the first page after logging in to CoreWeave Cloud. On this page, a basic overview of the organization's statistics is displayed near the bottom of the page, which includes an overview of resource usage and billing information.
The three panels at the top of the page allow for quick navigation to the most popular dashboards:
All other dashboards are accessed using the navigation on the left side of the page.

Virtual Servers

Screenshot of the Virtual Servers dashboard
​Virtual Servers are specialized virtual machines, configurable and deployable entirely through the Cloud UI's Web interface. Virtual Servers leverage the bare metal performance of CoreWeave Cloud for applications in machine learning, VFX rendering, or as Virtual Workstations.
Virtual Servers are configured, deployed, and managed from the Virtual Servers dashboard.


The applications dashboard displays all applications currently installed in the organization's namespace. From this dashboard, users may also check the status of applications, edit an application's deployment configuration, or delete a deployed application.


Screenshot of the applications catalog
The CoreWeave Cloud Applications Catalog is a built-in catalog featuring many useful applications, which can be deployed and ready to use in just a few clicks.

Storage Volumes

Screenshot of the storage volumes dashboard
High-performance, network-attached storage volumes for containerized custom applications and for Virtual Servers are easy to provision and manage from the Storage Volumes dashboard.
Storage Volumes are available in both all-NVMe and HDD tiers, and can be created as Block Volumes or Shared File System Volumes. Storage Volumes can be resized at any time, and because storage resources are managed separately from compute, they can be moved between instances and between hardware types.
Quota increase requests may also be submitted here, by clicking the Increase Quota button at the top right.

API Access

Screenshot of the API management dashboard
From the API Access page, organization administrators may generate new API access tokens and new Kubeconfig files to allow organization members access to the namespace and the resources deployed within it.

Object Storage

CoreWeave Object Storage is an S3-compatible storage system that allows data to be stored and retrieved in a flexible and efficient way. From the Object Storage dashboard, new Object Storage tokens are generated and managed to configure authentication and access levels to Object Storage buckets.


Screenshot of the namespace management dashboard
Each organization on CoreWeave Cloud may have one or multiple namespaces, which are managed from the Namespaces dashboard. The current state of the namespace is seen here, and includes information such as the current number of GPUs in use, the number of Pods running in the namespace, the number of Virtual Servers deployed to the namespace, and the storage capacity of the namespace. Quota increase requests may also be submitted from this dashboard by clicking the ellipses on the right-hand side of the namespace listing.
Screenshot of the namespace management dashboard
Request a quota increase from the namespace management dashboard
To switch namespaces, click the Active Namespace dropdown selector in the upper right-hand corner of the Cloud UI, and select the desired namespace.
Screenshot of the namespace selector


This link redirects to the organization's Grafana metrics page, providing an in-depth view of the organization's infrastructure. The predefined dashboards offer detailed reports of the GPUs, CPUs, memory, and network activity for each Pod, along with compute and storage summaries.
CoreWeave provides a managed Grafana instance to view predefined dashboards with compute and storage summaries, and detailed reports of the GPUs, CPUs, memory, and network activity for each Pod.
The predefined dashboards cannot be cannot modified, or new ones created. For complete control, see our self-hosted Grafana guide.


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Redirects to the status page for CoreWeave's systems,

Upgrade Quotas

The Upgrade Quotas link is a quick link to submit a quota increase request. This link redirects to the Storage Volumes page.