The easy way

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When you start running applications in your freshly deployed Karbon Kubernetes cluster, a requirement comes up very quickly: how-to implement monitoring ? Fortunately, Karbon includes everything required to do this cleanly.

When you deploy a new Kubernetes Cluster with Karbon, Prometheus Operator is installed by default and a Prometheus instance is also deployed and configured to monitor your Kubernetes cluster resources.

In this post, I will provide you an overview and a step-by-step setup guide to configure your Karbon Cluster in order to monitor both the cluster itself and your own applications and present this through a unified interface using…

Christophe Jauffret

Solution architect specialist in DevOps & IoT topics at Nutanix. Delivering expertise on the most innovative technologies in order to simplify customer’s IT.

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