Dig Deep into Kubernetes with StatusBay

Night Vision

The End Is Nigh

The invaluable functionality that StatusBay brings to the party provides a clear, extensible way of keeping a closer eye on your container orchestrator. As well as the useful UI, the customizable Helm charts mean that you can make a number of tweaks to suit your requirements at installation time – and in an automated manner.

Trimmed from the abbreviated output of Figure 1 was a reminder that you'll get the most out of Kubernetes, and therefore StatusBay, if you're monitoring multiple nodes. Further details are again offered in the IoT article on K3s.

The next time you reach for a keyboard to run a Kubernetes command, think of StatusBay. You'll be able to see exactly what's going on behind the scenes through a powerful UI.

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