Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration platform that has revolutionized the way applications are deployed and managed. With Kubernetes, developers can easily deploy and manage containerized applications at scale and in a consistent and predictable manner. However, managing Kubernetes environments can be challenging, and security risks are always a concern. Therefore, it’s important to have the right auditing tools in place to ensure that the Kubernetes environment is secure, compliant, and free of vulnerabilities. In this article, we will discuss some of the top auditing tools that can be used to help secure Kubernetes and ensure compliance with best practices.
1. Kubernetes Audit
Kubernetes Audit is a native Kubernetes tool that provides an audit log of all changes made to the Kubernetes API server. In addition, it captures events related to requests made to the Kubernetes API server and the responses generated by the server. This audit information can be used to troubleshoot issues and verify compliance with best practices.