Secure your clusters on every level
Monitor Assets and Configurations
Analyze configuration data on pods, deployments, and services to optimize container orchestration. Ensure secure deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications.
Automate Risk Assessments
Utilize Resmo to monitor and enforce security best practices within your Kubernetes environment. Keep track of network policies, role bindings, and namespace configurations to ensure your containerized infrastructure adheres to organizational security policies and industry standar
Receive Real-Time Alerts on Changes
Stay proactive with instant alerts for changes within your Kubernetes environment. Be it new deployments, pod status updates, or service configuration changes, these notifications enable timely responses to maintain a secure and efficient containerized environment.
Analyze The Root Cause of Vulnerabilities in Depth
Access detailed audit logs for an in-depth review of activities within your Kubernetes clusters. Analyze changes in deployments, ingress resources, and role bindings to enhance your understanding of container management, driving improvements in orchestration and security.
Explore all resources from a unified view.
All key resources. Collected in near real time.
- Cluster Role
- Cluster Role Binding
- Cron Job
Secure Kubernetes with Resmo
Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration platform that automates the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. It provides a highly flexible and scalable solution for managing container workloads in a clustered environment.
Integrating with Kubernetes, Resmo empowers users to gain valuable insights into their containerized applications, optimizing resource utilization, ensuring high availability, and bolstering network security.
- Track pods running on specific nodes.
- Count replicas configured for a particular deployment.
- Monitor resource usage of services in specific namespaces.
- Identify namespaces with the highest number of running pods.
- Check the number of network policies applied to a specific namespace.