Will Kubernetes be discovered using the Discover Applications option?
Once the Site24x7 Linux monitoring agent is installed, you can discover applications like SMART Disk and Docker using the Discover Applications (Server > Server Monitor > Servers > click on the monitor > hover on the hamburger icon > Edit) option.
But, the Kubernetes cluster cannot be discovered using this option. Only the Linux DaemonSet agent will be able to discover your Kubernetes cluster and add it for monitoring.
Licensing for Kubernetes monitoring
The main Kubernetes cluster is considered one basic monitor. For the other components, the licensing is done as follows: Component Licensing Nodes 1 monitor consumes two basic licenses Pods 5 monitors consume one basic license Containers 5 monitors ...
How to deploy the Site24x7 PHP agent in a Kubernetes environment?
The following options are available for APM support in Kubernetes. Without Helm charts: 1. You can include the installation script when building the container. This is similar to the docker installation method. For more information, please refer to ...
Troubleshooting steps if the Microsoft Windows applications are not getting auto-discovered
Once the Windows server is added for monitoring, Windows applications including IIS, SQL, Exchange, SharePoint, Active Directory, Hyper-V, BizTalk will be automatically discovered and marked for monitoring. In case this does not happen, follow one or ...
Unable to see my Kubernetes resources on the monitor list page
This case is applicable if your Kubernetes resource monitors are listed in the Kubernetes Monitor List View page instead of Monitor Status listing (Home) page. Site24x7 will not list the Kubernetes resources along with the other monitors on the home ...
Managing Node.js applications using PM2 Process Manager
Configure PM2 to manage Node.js applications Follow the instructions below to configure PM2 to manage Node.js applications. Steps to configure PM2 Configure the processManagerEnabled key in the already created apminsightnode.json file. Pass the value ...