This blog post will show a simple one-liner kubectl command that lists all the resources that are running on your Kubernetes cluster.
Kubernetes is a container orchestration tool that gives you the power to deploy and manage containers across clusters of nodes. Kubernetes has many useful features, such as auto-scaling, load balancing, rolling updates and more. Kubernetes also makes it easy for developers to create and run Dockerized apps without having to worry about things like scaling or clustering.
To view all the resources that are running on your cluster use the following kubectl command.
kubectl get all
Kubectl is a command-line tool used to interact with Kubernetes clusters. With Kubectl, you can manage resources, inspect Kubernetes objects, and troubleshoot problems. Kubernetes objects are containerized applications, services, and other workloads managed by Kubernetes.