Currently supported versions are:
See the Kubernetes Deprecated section for more details.
The Agent Setup Quick Start for OpenShift describes how to install the Instana agent into your cluster in a production-ready configuration.
See Kubernetes for more details.
Once the agent has been deployed to your cluster, the sensor will report detailed data about the cluster and the resources deployed into it. Instana will collect general Kubernetes information. See Kubernetes for more information. In addition we also collect information about DeploymentConfigs which are specific to OpenShift clusters.
|Conditions||Type, Status, Timestamp, Reason, Message|
|CPU Requests||Aggregated CPU requests of all running containers of this DeploymentConfig|
|CPU Limits||Aggregated CPU limits of all running containers of this DeploymentConfig|
|Memory Requests||Aggregated memory requests of all running containers of this DeploymentConfig|
|Memory Limits||Aggregated memory limits of all running containers of this DeploymentConfig|
|Pods Requested||Available / Desired Pods|
|Pods Statuses||Pending / Unscheduled / Unready Pods|
|Pending phase duration||In most cases can be interpreted as rollout duration|
Within the OpenShift panel, we provide an overview of DeploymentConfigs:
For each sensor, there is a curated knowledgebase of health signatures that are evaluated continuously against the incoming metrics and are used to raise issues or incidents depending on user impact.
Built-in events trigger issues or incidents based on failing health signatures on entities, and custom events trigger issues or incidents based on the thresholds of an individual metric of any given entity.
For information about the built-in event for the OpenShift sensor, see the Built-in events reference.