The API Traffic Viewer for

  

A simple-yet-powerful API traffic viewer for Kubernetes to help you

troubleshoot and debug your APIs.

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Think of TCPDump and Wireshark reinvented for Kubernetes

with multi-protocol and TLS support.

  

is lightweight & requires no code instrumentation

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mizu tap -A
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You can run Mizu on any Kubernetes cluster (version of 1.16.0 or higher) in a matter of seconds.

See the Mizu Getting Started Guide for how.

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MacOS (Intel)

Download

curl -Lo mizu \
    https://github.com/up9inc/mizu/releases/latest/download/mizu_darwin_amd64 \
    && chmod 755 mizu
    
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mizu tap <podname>
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MacOS (M1)

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curl -Lo mizu \
    https://github.com/up9inc/mizu/releases/latest/download/mizu_darwin_arm64 \
    && chmod 755 mizu
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mizu tap <podname>
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Windows

Download

curl -LO https://github.com/up9inc/mizu/releases/latest/download/mizu.exe
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mizu tap <podname>
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Linux

Download

curl -Lo mizu \ 
    https://github.com/up9inc/mizu/releases/latest/download/mizu_linux_amd64 \
    && chmod 755 mizu
    
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mizu tap <podname>
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UNPARALLELED KUBERNETES

TROUBLESHOOTING CAPABILITIES

Agentless, lightweight, no code instrumentation, runs on-demand on any size cluster

Inspect all microservices communication, including API payloads in real-time

With support for modern protocols and service mesh

mizu rest method
mizu grpc method
mizu kafka method

Think

reinvented for

 

UNDERSTAND COMPLEX

KUBERNETES ENVIRONMENTS

View your true and up-to-date service dependencies

Evaluate any potential incident’s “blast radius”

Get a better understanding of the service dependencies’ strength, activity, and protocols

RECONSTRUCT YOUR SERVICE CATALOGUE

Effortlessly create and maintain the complete service catalogue with OpenAPI specs for all services

Reconstructed from API traffic and represents the real (aka “evidence based”) service catalogue

Detect and document API changes in an API change log

FIND THE NEEDLE IN THE HAYSTACK

Use query rules to hone in on the API traffic you are looking for

Query protocols, path, headers, payloads, schema components, performance, sizes and more

Shrink the amount of traffic under investigation

Use a visual wizard to help you quickly build thequery rules

COLLABORATIVE API DEBUGGING

Invite your peers for a remote API debugging session, on demand

mizu cluster

Support large clusters

mizu support teams

Support large teams

mizu security

Strong Security

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24/7 enterprise support

SCALABILITY

COLLABORATION

DEBUGGING

SECURITY

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FAQ

What is Mizu?

How to tap my entire cluster?

Which permissions Mizu require to run?

Can I Redact / Remove items from observed traffic such as Authorization keys?

How do I remove Mizu?

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