As a Kubernetes environment grows and becomes more complex, it gets harder to answer some very basic—but very important—questions. Questions like: What is the health of my cluster? What is the hierarchy and the health of the elements (nodes, pods, containers, and applications) within my cluster? In order to effectively manage the health and performance of your Kubernetes environments—at any scale and any level of complexity—it’s essential you have immediate, useful answers to these questions.
Our Kubernetes cluster explorer was designed to give you a multi-dimensional representation of your clusters—giving you the ability to drill down into Kubernetes data and metadata in a high-fidelity, curated UI.
Check out "Complexity in Context," Ali Gerrard walks us through how to monitor Kubernetes with New Relic so you can quickly troubleshoot and explore all of the different layers of your Kubernetes clusters.
Join our upcoming webinar featuring Frank Swain, Senior Product Marketing Manager at New Relic where he will cover:
The challenges of scaling and observing a Kubernetes environment
The key capabilities of our Kubernetes cluster explorer
Live demo and Q&A