How do I monitor specific Kubernetes infrastructure resource types?

How do I monitor specific resource types like Pods, Containers, and Deployments?

To monitor specific resource types of Kubernetes like Pods, Containers, and Deployments:


  1. Log in to your Site24x7 account.

  2. Go to Admin > Inventory > Configuration Rules. Click Add Rule.

  3. Enter a proper Display Name and Description. Define the Criteria as Kubernetes.

  4. Define the Action as Add Resource Type and choose the resources needed for monitoring.

  5. Save your changes.

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