Kubernetes Monitoring Dashboard

Use the Kubernetes Monitoring dashboard, and select the service name (Kubernetes cluster name) from the Select Service: drop-down list.

Kubernetes dashboard

The Kubernetes dashboard dispays the following information. Select the service name from the Select Service drop-down list and the data related to the service is displayed.

Cluster

This tab displays a card widget at the top with information related to cluster. A summary of cluster deployment with count for below metrics is displayed.

  • No. of nodes
  • No. of Namespaces
  • No. of Deployments total
  • Service total count
  • No. of pods
  • No. of container
Kubernetes cluster

Node Status

The Node Status widget displays the node name and status along with information about the nodes in the cluster. Using the page numbers displayed in the bottom right corner, you can navigate between the five nodes on a page.

Kubernetes node status

Deployment Status

The Deployment Status widget provides deployment status information with name and status in a text widget. Using the page numbers displayed in the bottom right corner, you can navigate between the five nodes on a page.

Kubernetes deployment status

Deployment Spec Replicas

The Deployment Spec Replicas widget displays a name and count of replicas information with name and status in a text widget. Using the page numbers displayed in the bottom right corner, you can navigate between the five nodes on a page.

Kubernetes deployment spec replicas

Service Status

The Service Status widget provides information on services and their status in the cluster. Using the page numbers displayed in the bottom right corner, you can navigate between the five nodes on a page.

Kubernetes service status

Pod Status

The Pod Status widget provides information on pod deployed and their current status information. Using the page numbers displayed in the bottom right corner, you can navigate between the five nodes on a page.

Kubernetes pod status

Pod Status Terminated

The Pod Status Terminated widget provides information on pod name which was deployed and terminated along with its status. Using the page numbers displayed in the bottom right corner, you can navigate between the five nodes on a page.

Kubernetes pod status terminated

CPU Resources (m)

The CPU REsources widget provides information on CPU usage in milliseconds at cluster level with division into cluster cores, cluster CPU core requests, cluster CPU core limits, and cluster cores allocatable.

Kubernetes CPU resources

Memory Resources

The Memory Resources widget provides information on Memory usage in GB at cluster level with division into cluster memory total, cluster memory core requests, cluster memory linits, and cluster memory allocatable. You can expand, contract, and reset the view to the default timeline by clicking the icons available on the top right corner of the widget.

Kubernetes memory resources

Storage Resources

The Storage Resources widget provides information on storage resources in GB at cluster level with division into cluster storage total and cluster storage allocatable. You can expand, contract, and reset the view to the default timeline by clicking the icons available on the top right corner of the widget. For more information, see Working with a widget.

Kubernetes storage resources

Node

This tab represents information at the node level. Once you click the Node tab, you must select the instance name for which the information is displayed.

Kubernetes node

Metrics

The Metrics card widget at the top of the screen displays information on, number of pods and the status of the node.

Kubernetes metrics

CPU Resources

The CPU Resources widget provides information on CPU usage in milliseconds at node level with division into node CPU cores, node CPU core requests, cluster node cores limits and node cores allocatable.

Kubernetes CPU resources

Memory Resources

The Memory Resources widget provides information on memory usage in GB at node level with division into node memory total, node memory requests, node memory limits, and node memory allocatable.

Kubernetes memory resources

Storage Resources

The Storage Resources widget provides information on storage resources in GB at node level with division into node storage total and node storage allocatable.

Kubernetes storage resources

CPU Usage

The CPU Usage widget provides information on node level CPU in millicores.

Kubernetes CPU usage

Memory Usage

The Memory Usage widget provides information on node level memory in GB.

Kubernetes memory usage

Network I/O

The Network I/O widget provides information on node level network information in KBs with breakdown in node network receive and node network transmit.

Kubernetes network I/O

Service

The Service tab represents information at the service level. Once you click the Node tab, you must select the service name so that the information is displayed.

Kubernetes service

Metrics

Metrics is a card widget at the top of the screen representing information on, number of pods in the service.

Kubernetes metrics

Pod Status

The Pod Status widget provides information on pod name which was deployed along with the status. You can also navigate between the five nodes on a page.

Kubernetes pod status

Pod Terminated

The Pod Terminated widget provides information on pod name which was terminated and the status of termination. You can also navigate between the five nodes on a page.

Kubernetes pod status terminated

Pod Restarts

The Pod Restarts widget provides information on pod name and the number of restarts. You can also navigate between the five nodes on a page.

Kubernetes pod restarts

CPU Resources

The CPU Resources widget provides information on service level CPU in millicores with a breakdown of service cpu cores requests and service cpu cores limit.

Kubernetes CPU resources

Service Memory Resources

The Service Memory Resources widget provides information on service level memory in GB with a breakdown of service memory requests and service memory limit.

Kubernetes service memory resources

Pod CPU Usage

The Pod CPU Usage widget provides information on pod level memory in millicores level with a breakdown of service memory requests and service memory limit.

Kubernetes pod CPU usage
note

You can expand, contract, and reset the view to the default timeline by clicking the icons available on the top right corner of a widget. For more information about performing various actions, see Working with a widget.