Getting started with KSOC has two initial onboarding steps.
Connect Your Cloud Environments (recommended for managed Kubernetes)
NOTE: Connecting a cloud environment is optional, but recommended for cloud hosted Kubernetes environments. You can skip straight to installing Kubewatcher in your clusters.
Kubernetes clusters in hosted cloud environments can be auto-discovered and continually monitored by connecting KSOC to your cloud account via tools such as Terraform and CloudFormation.
Connect to Image Registry (recommended for all Kubernetes environments)
NOTE: Connecting image registries are optional, but recommended for all Kubernetes environments. It is also recommended to connect image registries before installing Kubwatcher in your clusters. You can skip straight to installing Kubewatcher in your clusters.
KSOC can scan cluster images in connected image registries for vulnerabilities.
- The hostname of the image registry (usually
- The username & password or JSON key of an account with access to the image registry
Deploying Kubewatcher (required for all Kubernetes environments)
KSOC monitors the posture of clusters via KSOC's Kubewatcher deployment in each cluster.
- Kubewatcher requires outbound port 443 access to
- kubectl installed and configured to communicate with your Kubernetes API
- Helm 3 installed
Updated 3 months ago