The StackRox Kubernetes Security Platform’s Dashboard enables you to visually track and analyze key metrics such as risk across your environment, compliance status, and policy violations. The Dashboard view helps you to understand your cloud-native infrastructure, including images, containers, pods, namespaces, clusters, and their configurations.
When you open the StackRox portal for the first time, you may see a blank Dashboard. After you deploy StackRox Sensor in at least one cluster, your Dashboard reflects the status of your environment.
The Dashboard view includes multiple interactive widgets which show a summary of System Violations, summary of Compliance status, Violations by cluster, Top Risky Deployments, and Active Violations by Time. It also includes other widgets that are automatically generated when you create new policy categories.
The System Violations widget (upper-left) shows the number of Critical, High, Medium, and Low severity violations on the Dashboard view. You can select the number on the widget to view details about those violations.
The Compliance widget (upper-right) shows status of various Benchmarks and if their controls are passing or failing.
The Compliance widget show details after you’ve run a compliance scan.
The Violations by Cluster widget shows a bar chart based on the number of violations in each cluster, colored based on the severity: Critical, High, Medium, or Low.
The Top Risky Deployments widget displays the top five deployments at risk in your containerized environment:
Select a deployment in this widget to get more details about the issues with that particular deployment. You can also select View All to view risks for all your deployments.
From here, you can select the separate deployments to see the details of the issues found with each particular deployment.
See Evaluate security risks to understand how to interpret the risk factors and view the specific risk context.
The Active Violations by Time widget shows the scale of number of violations by recent days, with the colors indicating the severity: Critical, High, Medium, Low.
Other widgets visible on the Dashboard view are generated from the policy categories you define and the violations they trigger. See the Manage Security Policies topic for more information on security policies and policy categories.
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