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Add capability to raise events for current resource usage by pod
Our customer monitors applications running in Kubernetes environment. The application may consume more resources than requests. When it reaches the limit OCP is restarting the pod, that causes service delay. They want to monitor when the resource ...
We would like to monitor EDB Postgres for Kubernetes on Instana.
As a prerequisite, Instana runs only agents in SaaS deployment format in an OpenShift environment.
EDB Postgres for Kubernetes runs in the same OpenShift environment.
All our process are named "java", notifications and event regarding the process (like "abnormal termination") are all refereeing to "java process"; I would like to have the possibility to custom it like we do for services.
Instana presents resource usage additionally display information from a cluster perspective.
The Ccstomer has presented their requirements for monitoring VMware content. Currently, Instana presents resource usage from a data center perspective, but they wish to additionally display information from a cluster perspective
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