kubectl is Kubernetes' command line tool that lets you control your Kubernetes clusters. You can configure kubectl using a
kubeconfig file named
config placed in your
You can run kubectl commands using the following syntax from a terminal window:
kubectl [command] [TYPE] [NAME] [flags]
command: is used to specify the operation that you'd like to perform on your Kubernetes resources.
TYPE: is used to specify the resource type on which you'd like to perform your operation. Examples of resource types are
NAME: is used to specify the name of the resource.
flagsis used to specify optional flags such as
To check out our very own command-line tool for running operations on the LOGIQ Observability platform, visit our
logiqctl documentation site.