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by Justin Ellingwood
The possible extended monitoring you are offering for droplets should be enabled either by default or by choice when creating your k8s node pool. This would allow using the built in monitoring and alerts you already have more exitensbly
This has been implemented, along with optional kube-state-metrics.
Hi, what's the status of this idea?
Is the implementation of this idea the "Insights" tab in DO's web based management UI? (In which case it could be noted in this ticket/idea and this ticket closed?). Can the values displayed in that tab be easily accessed from Nagios based systems?
The other monitoring option apart from "roll your own" seems to be this: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-set-up-digitalocean-kubernetes-cluster-monitoring-with-helm-and-prometheus-operator
Are there any other easy to use readymade monitoring options?
Thanks for the feedback. Monitoring for Kubernetes will be available in early 2019. Basic, droplet performance metrics rolled up by cluster and node pool will be default with an option for advanced monitoring providing some additional kube-state-metrics and API latency.
You won't be notified about changes to this idea.