Now you know that it is important to monitor the various layers and components of your Kubernetes environment. StackState integrated with all of them to give you a holistic view of your Kubernetes cluster performance, health, and dependencies:
- Kubernetes integration collect performance metrics, the events of Kubernetes
- All services, clusters, nodes, and pods including their dependencies are automatically synchronized
- Docker integration automatically collect all the important metrics that you need
- With 80+ other integration, StackState able to visualize the entire business and IT landscape and collect his metrics
StackState automatically keeps track of what goes where thanks to the discovery of service capability. Every time you spin up the container, agents StackState identify which application is running in the container and automatically begin collecting and reporting the proper metrics. You can know more about useful Kubernetes monitoring tools from various online sources.
If you destroy or stop a container, StackState will understand that as well. It allows you to specify a template configuration for a specific image in a distributed configuration store above StackState Agent who will use them to dynamically reconfigure the examination when the container you ecosystem changes.
In this post, we had to walk through a gauntlet Kubernetes monitoring, how it works, and what it means for your monitoring strategy. Request a free trial StackState and begin to monitor the cluster Kubernetes you to have greater visibility into the health, performance, and dependencies of your cluster and are better equipped to address potential problems.