Mizu (by UP9) is now Kubeshark, read more about it here.
Kubeshark, the API Traffic Viewer for kubernetes, provides deep visibility and monitoring of all API traffic and payloads going in, out and across containers and pods inside a Kubernetes cluster.
Think of a combination of Chrome Dev Tools, TCPDump and Wireshark, re-invented for Kubernetes.
Kubeshark uses a ~45MB pre-compiled executable binary to communicate with the Kubernetes API. We recommend downloading the
kubeshark CLI by using one of these options:
Choose the right binary, download and use directly from the latest stable release.
Use the shell script below 👇 to automatically download the right binary for your operating system and CPU architecture:
sh <(curl -Ls https://kubeshark.co/install)
makecommand then use
kubeshark CLI to capture and view streaming API traffic in real time.
If something doesn't work or simply to play it safe prior to installing;
Make sure you have access to https://hub.docker.com/
kubesharkexecutable in your
kubeshark tap catalogue-b87b45784-sxc8q
kubeshark tap "(catalo*|front-end*)"
By default, Kubeshark is deployed into the
To specify a different namespace:
kubeshark tap -n sock-shop
The default deployment strategy of Kubeshark waits for the new pods to be created. To simply deploy to all existing namespaces run:
kubeshark tap -A
Visit our documentation website: docs.kubeshark.co
The documentation resources are open-source and can be found on GitHub: kubeshark/docs
We ❤️ pull requests! See CONTRIBUTING.md for the contribution guide.
This project is for everyone. We ask that our users and contributors take a few minutes to review our Code of Conduct.