This 3-steps quick start guide will get you started with the ARMO Kubernetes Fabric in between 5 to 25 min depanding on the size of your cluster. All you need to have is a Kubernetes cluster you wish to protect.
The ARMO CLI (cacli) is a utility used to install ARMO and add security as code to your CI/CD pipeline. It is Python based and installed using pip3:
pip3 install --user -U cacli --index-url https://carepo.system.cyberarmorsoft.com/repository/cyberarmor-pypi.release/simple
Use the ARMO credential you got when reginstering to the ARMO in order to connect your cacli tool with your ARMO account. If you do not have an ARMO account yet, get it now for free here: https://www.armosec.io/armo-sign-up
cacli login -u firstname.lastname@example.org
Use the register command to add protection to your cluster. By default, ARMO will be added to the default cluster on which your kubectl is connected. as part of the register command you need to provide a unique cluster name to be used to address that cluster.
cacli cluster register --your-cluster-name --run
Congratulation! you are done with installing the ARMO system , you can login to see your cluster at https://cpanel.euprod1.cyberarmorsoft.com/home/ check out your cluster risk score in the posture dashboard (see below image).
You can easily secure any cluster or namespace by attaching the patented ARMO-Guards to it. Go to the Adding-The-ARMO-Guards section to see how.