Resources provide detailed information about the inventory of a cluster. As a matter of security check and status check, an administrator can see the number of pods, namespaces, cluster roles, and so on, used in the cluster. Resources can also help the administrator to troubleshoot in case of a pod not working status, by looking at the workload information or CPU and memory usage in cluster nodes.
To view cluster resources, on the Cluster page, click on the Resources tab. Workloads, Cluster, and Infrastructure resources are categorized and accessible by clicking on the appropriate link.
You can view all the pods deployed in the cluster along with their state. You can also perform the following operations on each pod:
- View Details - Lets you view the pod YAML.
- View Log - Lets you view the logs for any container in the pod.
- Launch Terminal - Lets you launch the terminal on any container in the pod to execute commands.