Here are some Stork screenshots.
The dashboard evolved a bit over time. The subnets and networks with highest pool utilization are shown, with links to Grafana (if configured). Services status shows the most important parameters (version, uptime, status, HA status, responses per second in the last 15min/24h).
The application view provides much insight into the state of the apps being monitored. You can see if the deamons are running or not, what is the IP/port being used to access them (and if it's protected by TLS or not), what's the version, hooks loaded, list of recent events, the data storage (is it a local file for memfile or perhaps a database). For Kea that's participating in HA, its detailed status (including its partner's status) is shown. Loggers are listed and can be inspected using Log Viewer. Finally, there's the Configuration Review Report that inspects the Kea configuration and reports any problems, inefficiencies, or suggests performance improvements.
The HA status is shown in details on the application view, as discussed above.
It can also be monitored in the dashboard. The service status in 0.9 provides additional information. In case of problems, the status has a floating tooltip that explains what is nature of a problem. The HA state column provide general overview of HA. There's a column that shows when a HA failure was detected.
Kea Host Reservations
Host reservations are probably the most frequently changed aspect of Kea configuration. The Stork panel for HR offers a convenient way to quickly search for and inspect reservations, filter reservations in specified subnet, using given hostname and more. Each reservation can be clicked to get the detailed view, including its status (whether being currently used, what leases are assigned, if there are any problems, such as conflicts or the lease being declined etc).
Stork can inspect the current state of the leases.
Many configuration elements, such as subnets, networks, or reservations, have their own dedicated views. For those elements that don't have them, you can always view the full Kea configuration using JSON viewer with expandable tree. This is also a convenient way to download the currently running configuration.
Stork is able to monitor BIND9 as well. You can have insight into how effective your caching is. The support for BIND9 is very limited for now.
Stork provides RESTful API and has two types of documentation (SwaggerUI and redoc) for that API integrated.