This topic describes how to view the details of Deployments.

Go to the Deployment details page

  1. Log on to the ARMS console.
  2. In the left-side navigation pane, click Container Monitoring.
  3. In the top navigation bar of the MNS console, select the region where your cluster is deployed.
  4. On the Container Monitoring page, click the name of a Kubernetes cluster.
  5. In the Namespace section of the Cluster Resources page, click the intersection of a namespace and a resource type.
    Note
    • If you click an area in blue, all resources of the selected type within the selected namespace are displayed.
    • If you click an area in red, the abnormal resources of the selected type within the selected namespace are displayed.
  6. Click the Deployment tab.
  7. On the Deployment tab, click the name of the Deployment that you want to view.
  8. On the Deployment details page, select a time range from the date and time picker in the upper-right corner.

Basic information

In the basic information section, you can view the following information about the selected Deployment: the number of requests, number of errors, average response time, number of slow calls, number of pods included, and execution duration.

Container monitoring - Deployment details - Basic Information
In the basic information section, you can perform the following operations:
  • Click Enable Application Monitoring. In the message that appears, click OK to enable application monitoring for the Deployment. After application monitoring is enabled, click View Application Monitoring to view the application performance of the Deployment. For more information, see Application overview.
    Notice
    • You can enable application monitoring only for Java and PHP applications. To enable application monitoring for a Deployment, make sure that at least one container in a pod of the Deployment uses the Java or PHP programming language.
    • Before you enable application monitoring, install the ack-arms-pilot agent for application monitoring. For more information, see Enable container monitoring.
  • Click View YAML to view the YAML file of the Deployment.

Number of requests, response time, number of errors, and number of slow calls

Container monitoring allows you to view the following protocol-related metrics for a Deployment: the number of requests, response time, number of errors, and number of slow calls.

You can click the name of a protocol to view these metrics related to the protocol. For more information about the protocol-related metrics that you can view, see Protocol-related metrics.

Container monitoring - HTTP-related metrics

Pods

In the Pod list section, you can view the pods in the Deployment and the following information about each pod: CPU utilization, memory usage, node that hosts the pod, execution duration, status, and time series curves of and statistics on the number of requests, number of errors, and average response time.

Container monitoring - Deployment details - Pods
In the Pod list section, you can perform the following operations:
  • Click the Sort icon icon in the Requests, Number of errors, Average response time, CPU Request Rate, CPU Limit Rate, Memory Request Rate, or Memory Limit Rate column to sort the pods in ascending or descending order based on the specified metric.
  • Move the pointer over the curve of a metric for a pod to view the specific statistics at the specified point in time.
  • Click the name of a pod to view its details. For more information, see Pod details.
  • Click the name of a node to view its details. For more information, see Node details.

Topology

In the Topology section, you can view the topology among the selected Deployment, its upstream resources, and its downstream resources. For more information, see View the network topologies of a cluster.

Container monitoring - Deployment details - Topology

Conditions

In the Conditions section, you can view the conditions of the Deployment and the following information about each condition: name, status, and the time, reason, and details of the last status transition.

Container monitoring - Deployment details - Conditions

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