14 Kubernetes Static Analysis Tools
Mega-Linter can handle any type of project thanks to its 70+ embedded Linters, its advanced reporting, runnable on any CI system or locally, with assisted installation and configuration, able to apply formatting and fixes
A fast, open-source, static analysis tool for finding bugs and enforcing code standards at editor, commit, and CI time. Its rules look like the code you already write; no abstract syntax trees or regex wrestling. Supports 17+ languages.
A fast Kubernetes manifests validator with support for custom resources. It is inspired by, contains code from and is designed to stay close to [Kubeval](https://analysis-tools.dev/tool/kubeval), but with the following improvements: * high performance: will validate & download manifests over multiple routines, caching downloaded files in memory * configurable list of remote, or local schemas locations, enabling validating Kubernetes custom resources (CRDs) and offline validation capabilities * uses by default a self-updating fork of the schemas registry maintained by the kubernetes-json-schema project - which guarantees up-to-date schemas for all recent versions of Kubernetes.
Clusterlint queries live Kubernetes clusters for resources, executes common and platform specific checks against these resources and provides actionable feedback to cluster operators. It is a non invasive tool that is run externally. Clusterlint does not alter the resource configurations.
A tool that listens to changes in Kubernetes resources and runs linting rules against them. Identify and debug erroneous objects and nudge objects in line with the policies as both change over time. Klint helps us encode checks and proactively alert teams when they need to take action.
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