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Azure Kubernetes Monitoring

   Monitor critical KPIs of Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)   

Mo nitor the availability and performance of your Azure Kubernetes service. Become aware of performance bottlenecks and resolve issues instantly.

 Get an overview of Azure Kubernetes Service at a glance  

With Applications Manger’s Azure AKS monitoring dashboard, get an overall understanding of how well your Azure Kubernetes Service is performing at a single glance. Become aware of pod details at both the namespace and cluster level. Track number of failed pods, running pods, etc to understand the general efficiency of your Kubernetes service.

 Track Node Pools 

Applications Manager’s proactive Azure Kubernetes Service monitoring tool provides comprehensive insights about Kubernetes Node Pools. Become aware of Node pool usage – track Azure Kubernetes monitoring metrics such as CPU Usage, Memory Usage. Configure alarms and get notified before maximum capacity is reached.

Monitor Nodes  

With our proactive AKS monitoring tool, monitor nodes along with their CPU, memory and disk usage as increased CPU usage might affect the performance of clusters and result in node throttling. Recieve alerts when RSS Memory usage increases to prevent OOM errors. 

Track Node Pod details – keep an eye on both Used Pods and Free Pods count to ensure that the pods are not being under/over-provisioned.

 Track  pod status

Failing pods can affect critical applications running on your Azure Kubernetes Service and prevent them from functioning properly. With Applications Manager’s Azure AKS monitoring software, get deep insights into pods, their status and their general configuration details to aid your efforts in troubleshooting frequently failing pods. Also monitor other pod-related metrics such as pod and container age along with other critical Azure AKS metrics.

 Monitor Services and Persistent Volumes 

With Applications Manager’s Azure Kubernetes Performance monitoring tool, monitor the services running in your clusters and track metrics such as Service Type, Service Protocol, Host IP Address, and Service Target Port in service. Track the availability of deployment replicas to ensure seamless allocation of replica pods.

Failing Volumes may cause pods to get evicted as they might not have enough memory to run efficiently. Become aware of Persistent Volume status and track other configuration metrics such as PV Access Mode and PV Storage Class.

 Visualize Kubernetes Service components with Service Map  

With APM’s AKS monitoring tool, visualize service and namespace details at a single glance. Discover the status of critical services. Become aware of namespaces that are available and unavailable. Hover over the service to get details such as host IP, port, and phase of the pods.

 Detect real-time performance issues and fix them faster 

Recognize anomalies and identify deviations from usual performance patterns to ensure hassle-free functioning of applications running on your Azure Kubernetes Service. Get instant notifications about performance issues and bottlenecks.Take quick remedial action before your end-users experience issues.

With Applications Manager, gain complete visibility into the performance of your Azure Kubernetes Service. Quickly get started with Azure Kubernetes Monitoring with Applications Manager’s full-fledged, 30-day free trial edition.

 Common questions on Monitoring Azure Kubernetes: 

What is the difference between On-premise Kubernetes, Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service and Azure Kubernetes Service?

On-premise Kubernetes is an open source container orchestration technology that automates a number of manual activities related to containerized application deployment, management, and scalability.

Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) by Amazon is a cloud-based Kubernetes service that is completely compatible with native Kubernetes and allows Kubernetes to function smoothly on both AWS and on-premises.

Azure Kubernetes Service is a fully managed container management service that offers continuous serverless integrations and deployment services.

How does Applications Manager help you monitor and manage your Azure Kubernetes Service effectively?

Unlike other popular Azure Kubernetes monitoring tools in the market, Applications Manager monitors Azure AKS APIs, container insights and Kubectl data providing deep insights about your service performance.

Are there any pre-requisites for adding an Azure AKS monitor?

Yes, there are some pre-requisites for adding an Azure AKS monitor. You can read more about the same here.

What is the licensing model for Azure Kubernetes monitor in Applications Manager?

Each cluster is considered as a separate license.

What are the other Azure services you can monitor with Applications Manager?

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