Meanwhile distributed computing and orchestration solve various problems when running applications in containers. However, containers do more than just run applications. Physically, a Kubernetes cluster looks like a separate computer, but it is actually a collection of several microservices and hundreds of pods that require constant monitoring.
In this post, we have listed five of the most popular open-source tools you can use to monitor Kubernetes successfully. The Kubernetes control panel is the standard web-based user interface for monitoring containers in Kubernetes.
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The Kubernetes dashboard provides a solid way to visualize basic Kubernetes cluster information, such as individual containers running on pods. It is an integral part of the Kubernetes environment so that managers can view and handle the monitoring aspects of the Kubernetes cluster.
Unlike most other monitoring tools, Cada only provides the use of basic resources, making it ideal for beginners to monitor the Kubernetes cluster.
Important features of the Kubernetes dashboard:
Apply the application on the pod.
See which apps are running on the pod
Remove applications that are running on the floor
Change the number of resources required by the cluster
Change and update the state of the container resource in the cluster
Basic performance measures, i.e. B. RAM and CPU usage for each Kubernetes subsystem.
Actions can be easily performed using the control panel.