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

  •    Go

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.

Lens - The Kubernetes IDE

  •    Typescript

Lens is an IDE designed for those who work with Kubernetes on a daily basis. It can explore and navigate Kubernetes clusters without having to learn kubectl commands, Inspect live statistics, events, and log streams in real-time. No spinners, refreshing or waiting for screens to update, Using EKS, AKS, GKE, Minikube, Rancher, k0s, k3s, OpenShift... ? They all work. Simply import the kubeconfigs for the clusters you want to work with.

BotKube - Messaging bot for monitoring and debugging Kubernetes clusters

  •    Go

BotKube integration with Slack, Mattermost or Microsoft Teams helps you monitor your Kubernetes cluster, debug critical deployments and gives recommendations for standard practices by running checks on the Kubernetes resources. You can also ask BotKube to execute kubectl commands on k8s cluster which helps debugging an application or cluster.

kube-ops-view - Kubernetes Operational View - read-only system dashboard for multiple K8s clusters

  •    Javascript

This project is in a very early state, but it might already be useful. Goal: provide a common operational picture for multiple Kubernetes clusters.




Kubecost - Monitor & reduce Kubernetes spend

  •    Go

Kubecost provides real-time cost visibility and insights for teams using Kubernetes, helping you continuously reduce your cloud costs.Kubecost allows you to see allocated spend across all native Kubernetes concepts, so you can provide your teams with transparent, accurate cost data reconciled with your actual cloud bill.

kubetop - A top(1)-like tool for Kubernetes.

  •    Python

kubetop is a top(1)-like tool for Kubernetes. kubetop uses the CalVer versioning convention. The first three segments of a kubetop version tell you the year (two digit), month, and day that version was released. The fourth segment of a kubetop version is a bugfix release counter. It is present if a new release is made that diffs from a previous release only by including one or more bug fixes. For each bug fix release, the fourth segment is incremented.


k8s-argus - Automated Kubernetes monitoring.

  •    Go

See the documentation to discover more about Argus. Note: The Dockerfile uses multi-stage builds. Docker 17.05.0 or greater is required.

alertmanager-zabbix-provisioner - Zabbix provisioner to automatically create host/items/triggers from Prometheus rules

  •    Go

Hey guys, I don`t have much time to properly work on this project anymore since I'm not using Zabbix in my pipelines as of late. I would gladely point/link to a fork if you guys have a maintained and living project for that. Thanks Guys. And sorry about that. You can choose what Prometheus rule appear in Zabbix with that behavior.

kubekleaner - KubeKleaner uses Spring Boot's scheduled task functionality along with the Kubernetes API to delete failing microservice deployments and their downstream resources based on a configurable expiration time

  •    Java

KubeKleaner—short for Kubernetes Kleaner—is a Java application built on the Spring Boot framework and the AT&T Java Service Container (AJSC). KubeKleaner utilizes Spring Boot's scheduled task functionality to leverage the Kubernetes API for deleting failing microservice deployments and their downstream resources based on a configurable expiration time.

kube-notary - A Kubernetes watchdog for verifying image trust with CodeNotary.

  •    Go

A Kubernetes watchdog for verifying image trust with CodeNotary. kube-notary is a monitoring tool for Continuous Verification (CV) via CodeNotary. The idea behind CV is to continuously monitor your cluster at runtime and be notified when unknown or untrusted container images are running.

caasp-monitoring - Grafana dashboards for SUSE CaaS Platform monitoring

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Example files for SUSE CaaS Platform Grafana monitoring dashboards. Apply etcd-cluster.yaml to monitor the etcd cluster.

pulsar-heartbeat - Pulsar Heartbeat monitors Pulsar cluster availability, tracks latency of Pulsar message pubsub, and reports failures of the Pulsar cluster

  •    Go

Pulsar Heartbeat monitors Pulsar cluster availability, tracks latency of Pulsar message pubsub, and reports failures of the Pulsar cluster. It produces synthetic workloads to measure end-to-end message pubsub latency. It is a cloud native application that can be installed by Helm within the Pulsar Kubernetes cluster.

kubectl-doctor - kubectl cluster triage plugin for k8s - 🏥 (brew doctor equivalent)

  •    Go

This plugin is inspired from brew doctor :) It will scan your currently targeted k8s cluster to see if there are anomalies or useful action points that it can report back to you. This plugin does not change any state or configuration, it merely just scans and gathers information than reports back anomalies in yaml format.

k8eraid - A relatively simple, unified method for reporting on Kubernetes resource issues.

  •    Go

The point of k8eraid is to provide a relatively simple, unified method for reporting on Kubernetes resource issues. There are five types of objects in a config- "deployments", "pods", "daemonsets", "nodes", and "alerters". Each of these objects contain one or more desired definitions. There are a few important rules that you will need to remember when configuring your rules, most of these are due to the way the kubernetes client functions in list vs get functions.






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