Do `kubectl get -o=yaml` on your resources with a bash one-liner. Upload either programmatically or manually. Mix in your changes or additional `kubectl` commands.
Understand what will happen if nodes get locked up, whether all the scaling will work, instantly know if the proposed change does not evict pods, break labels or starve resources.
Read the YAML report manually or programmatically to identify root cause of issues. Add more constraints to the cluster. Repeat.
See your current risk trends on a chart. Set alerts. Detect broken updates and stop the pipeline before failure happens. Get more insights automatically with every new update of Kalc kubernetes model.