If you’re responsible for a Kubernetes cluster, it’s important to know how to monitor its health and troubleshoot problems. Learn how to collect metrics from your cluster, setup alerts, and send notifications to the right people when something goes wrong.
Anyone that is setting up production Kubernetes clusters.
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Is it a good idea to setup monitoring in the same cluster that we are trying to monitor?
What if the cluster itself is down/busy/overwhelmed and we can not connect to it?
Both Prometheus Setup Stack and Loki Setup Stack Resources links are broken.