The Kubernetes out-of-the-box dashboard gives you an overview of your cluster, with filtering abilities.
This dashboard (and any out-of-the-box dashboard) can be customised to your specific needs, by adding charts, moving them around or removing unnecessary ones.
In the Kubernetes screen, you'll be able to find tables with all of the Kubernetes clusters, nodes, pods, containers, and deployments.
This dashboard used for visually tracking, analyzing, and displaying key performance metrics, which enable you to monitor the health of your clusters.
All tabs can be easily filtered using the main search input, and charts and metrics can be configured to any timeframe and interval as selected next to the search input.
Clusters tab presents an overview of every integrated cluster. You can see the integration status (in the cluster name column), get details about the cluster usage, performance metrics, and charts about usage, requests, and limits of CPU and memory. To reveal the chart, click on the desired cluster.
Nodes tab presents a mapping of every node in your clusters. To get more information and performance metrics, click on the specific node.
Pods tab presents a mapping of pods in your clusters. To get more information and performance metrics, click on the specific pod.
Containers tab presents a mapping of containers in your clusters. To get more information and performance metrics, click on the specific container. You can also access the recent logs of the container.
Deployments tab presents a mapping of deployments in your clusters.
Updated 4 months ago