KubeArmor provides a dashboard by integrating with Logstash + Elasticsearch + Kibana.
For this, KubeArmor, KafkaClient, and Kafka should be deployed. If you didn't set up KubeArmor's Kafka Client and the Kafka system, first follow the steps described in KafkaClient Deployment.
If those are ready, you can deploy ELK now.
$ cd KafkaClient/deployments/ELK(ELK) $ kubectl apply -f elasticsearch.yaml(ELK) $ kubectl apply -f kibana.yaml(ELK) $ kubectl apply -f logstash.yaml
It takes a couple of minutes. Wait for the completed deployments of those services.
Using your browser, you can access the Kibana UI.
http://[the IP address of one of the cluster nodes]:30561
If you just set up the ELK environment, wait until you see 'kubearmor-YYYYMMDD' in [Management] - [Index Management].
If there is no log in KubeArmor, nothing might be shown in the Index Management. In that case, you can run KubeArmor's test script to generate some messages, alerts, and system logs.
$ cd tests(tests) $ ./test-scenarios-in-runtime.sh
After you see 'kubearmor' in the Index Management, go to [Management] - [Saved Objects] and import kibana-export.json.
If you see the logs in [Discover], all works fine.
Now, feel free to make your own dashboard.