In Chapter 2, Creating Kubernetes Clusters, you learned how to create Kubernetes clusters in different environments, experimented with different tools, and created a couple of clusters.
Creating a Kubernetes cluster is just the beginning of the story. Once the cluster is up and running, you need to make sure that it is operational, all the necessary components are in place and properly configured, and enough resources are deployed to satisfy the requirements. Responding to failures, debugging, and troubleshooting is a major part of managing any complicated system, and Kubernetes is no exception.
The following topics will be covered in this chapter:
- Monitoring with Heapster
- Performance analytics with Kubernetes dashboard
- Central logging
- Detecting problems at the node level
- Troubleshooting scenarios
- Using Prometheus
At the end of this chapter...