Scan Kubernetes for errors with KRAWL

Ship captain sailing the Kubernetes seas

When you’re running containers with Kubernetes, you often find that they pile up. This is by design. It’s one of the advantages of containers: they’re cheap to start whenever a new one is needed. You can use a front-end like OpenShift or OKD to manage pods and containers. Those make it easy to visualize what you have set up, and have a rich set of commands for quick interactions.

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