goldpinger - Debugging tool for Kubernetes which tests and displays connectivity between nodes in the cluster

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Goldpinger makes calls between its instances for visibility and alerting. It runs as a DaemonSet on Kubernetes and produces Prometheus metrics that can be scraped, visualised and alerted on. Oh, and it gives you the graph below for your cluster. Check out the video explainer.

https://github.com/bloomberg/goldpinger

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