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Coralogix now offers the Kubernetes Dashboard for those customers using OpenTelemetry collector with a Kubernetes orchestration together with Prometheus to send their data to Coralogix. Use this, along with our new application performance monitoring (APM) features, to get a comprehensive picture of your system performance.
Our new Kubernetes Dashboard feature allows you to access comprehensive information for all of the clusters, nodes, and pods operating in your system, granting you a full and complete picture of the services that power your applications.
Monitor the status of CPU utilization, network bytes, and disk bytes within and across all services.
STEP 1. Sign up for a Coralogix account. Set up your account on the Coralogix domain corresponding to the region within which you would like your data stored.
STEP 2. Access your Coralogix private key.
STEP 3. Install Kubernetes. This should include installation of the command-line tool kubectl, designed to operate on your Kubernetes cluster.
STEP 4. Install and configure Helm. We suggest you use this guide to familiarize yourself with the basics of using Helm to manage packages on your Kubernetes cluster.
STEP 1. Install and configure OpenTelemetry using Prometheus to send your telemetry data to Coralogix. We strongly recommend configuring Otel to send Coralogix your logs, metrics, and tracing, so that you can enjoy the highest quality APM.
Note: As part of your Otel setup, you will create a YAML-formatted override file which contains
presets, built-in variables that automatically add processor and integration attributes. Among these variables are k8attributes for Kubernetes, which both link Otel-instrumented applications to Kubernetes and are a requirement for you to enjoy our new APM features.
STEP 2. Run Prometheus.
STEP 3. Install Prometheus node-exporter using this chart.
STEP 4. Install kube-state-metrics Helm Chart using this chart.
STEP 5. To send logs to Coralogix, in addition to your metrics, run Fluent Bit agent.
In your navigation pane, click Dashboard > K8s Dashboard
Kubernetes Dashboard > Nodes
Kubernetes Dashboard > Pods
|Github||Official OpenTelemetry Collector with Coralogix Exporter|
|Instructional Videos||Integrate metrics into Coralogix using OpenTelemetry, Kubernetes & Helm|
Integrate traces into Coralogix using OpenTelemetry, Kubernetes & Helm
Integrate logs into Coralogix using OpenTelemetry, Kubernetes & Helm
Capture Kubernetes logs, transform with Logs2Metrics and render with DataMap
|Features||Coralogix APM features|
APM using OpenTelemetry Collector with Kubernetes
|Tutorials||Tail Sampling with Coralogix and OpenTelemetry|
|Blogs||How to Configure the OTel Community Demo App to Send Telemetry Data to Coralogix|
Our world-class customer success team is available 24/7 to walk you through your setup and answer any questions that may come up.
Feel free to reach out to us via our in-app chat or by sending us an email at [email protected].