Day #15 of 30 Days prompting ChatGPT

How would ChatGPT monitor a Kubernetes installation?


I’ve got a large application running in a containerized architecture on AWS using Kubernetes. How do I monitor it?


There are several ways to monitor a containerized application running on AWS using Kubernetes. Here are some options to consider:

  1. Kubernetes Dashboard: You can use the Kubernetes Dashboard to monitor your application. It provides a web-based interface to view the current state of your cluster and resources running on it.
  2. Prometheus and Grafana: You can use Prometheus and Grafana to collect and visualize metrics from your Kubernetes cluster. Prometheus is a monitoring system and Grafana is a visualization tool that can be used to create dashboards.
  3. AWS CloudWatch: AWS CloudWatch provides monitoring and logging services for AWS resources, including Kubernetes clusters. You can use CloudWatch to monitor Kubernetes resources such as pods, nodes, and services.
  4. Third-party monitoring tools: There are several third-party monitoring tools that can be integrated with Kubernetes to monitor your application, such as Datadog, Sysdig, and New Relic.

When choosing a monitoring solution, consider your specific needs and the level of detail you require in your monitoring. You may also want to consider the cost and complexity of the solution.


Excellent advice and some great specific tools: my favorites are the Prometheus/Grafana option from CNCF or New Relic, who recently announced a new dashboard for their native k8s monitoring.