We are a passionate team focused on building tools for companies running Kubernetes. Using our pre-configured dashboards companies can improve visibility and focus attention on the metrics that make an impact for users and drive business performance.
Our single replica deployment collects metrics and events from the Kubernetes API. Users can view events overtime, filter based on event type and event name, and set monitors for specific events like crashloops and failed Kubernetes jobs.
Users can view pod/node level metrics like CPU and memory, as well as service latency, in clean pre-built dashboards. We built these dashboards using a new technology called eBPF, which allows us to collect this data from the kernel directly. As a result, the user won’t need to configure latency on every service, and you won’t need to install any application level packages or configure any middleware.
Our service latency dashboard was built using a new technology called eBPF, which allows us to collect this data from the kernel directly. As a result, the user won’t need to configure latency on every service and won’t need to install any application-level packages or configure any middleware. New services will automatically populate into your dashboard without additional configuration.
Users can create monitors/alerts on data points or events (ex. backup jobs failing, crashloops, etc.) and feed them to a Slack channel.
It takes about 2 minutes to connect your Slack to ContainIQ. Simply click "Activate" from your ContainIQ backend to connect your Slack and choose the channel where you would like to feed the alerts.
You can install ContainIQ using HELM or a .yaml file. We have two agents that sit inside your cluster: a single replica deployment that collects metrics and events from the Kubernetes API and an additional daemonset that collects latency information for every pod on that node.
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