What is Komodor?
By providing a centralized view of all code, config & 3rd-party app changes across the entire k8s stack, Komodor offers contextual insights that help developers easily detect root causes, rapidly solve issues and innovate with confidence.
Komodor is a tool in the Container Tools category of a tech stack.
Who uses Komodor?
GitHub, Slack, GitLab, Jenkins, and Kubernetes are some of the popular tools that integrate with Komodor. Here's a list of all 14 tools that integrate with Komodor.
- Change intelligence - full view of all changes in your K8s system that shows you precisely who did what and when. This is invaluable for understanding exactly why something went wrong.
- In-depth visibility - complete activity timeline, including code and config changes, deployments, alerts, code diffs and more for easy drill-downs.
- Insights into service dependencies - this helps provide context for cross-service changes, visualizing the ripples across your entire system.
- Slack integration - great quality-of-life feature that integrates Komodor with your existing communication channels.
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