Container Monitoring 6.0.0

What’s New Support for Kubernetes 1.28 LM Container Chart version 6.0.0 is now certified for compatibility with Kubernetes version 1.28. Topology Support for Kubernetes Clusters You can now visualize your complex cloud components (For example, AWS EC2 and Azure VMs) and Kubernetes clusters, and navigate based on topology relationships. The topology is available in the Maps tab of the supported resources. For … Continued

Container Monitoring 5.1.0

Enhancements Support for Specifying Resource Limits for Collectorset-Controller Pod  You can now enforce central processing unit (CPU) and memory constraints on your Collectorset-Controller Pod. An example of the collectorset-controller.resources parameter displays in the following lm-container configuration yaml file: LogicModules Releases New LogicModules LogicModule Name Details (1 DataSource) Kubernetes_PersistentVolumeClaim_StorageStats Collects storage metrics related to Persistent Volume Claims in the Kubernetes cluster. Updated LogicModules LogicModule Name Details (1 … Continued

Container Monitoring 5.0.0

What’s New Support for Adding User Defined Secrets in your LM Container A Secret is an object that contains a small amount of sensitive data such as a password, a token, or a key. The Secret allows you to avoid using confidential data in your application code. For more information, see User Defined Secrets in LM Containers.  Fixed Issues Mandatory … Continued

Container Monitoring 4.4.0

What’s New Support for Monitoring Kubernetes etcd etdc is a lightweight, highly available key-value store where Kubernetes stores the information about a cluster’s state. You can now monitor Kubernetes etcd resources using LogicMonitor. For more information, see Kubernetes etcd Monitoring.  Fixed Issues Argus Failure Caused by Collectorlds Pod Label Exceeding Limit Length We have fixed the Argus failure … Continued

Container Monitoring 4.3.0

Enhancements Kubernetes DataSources to monitor the health check on Kubernetes Ingress are now available. The following DataSource is updated: DataSourceKubernetes_Ingress LogicModules Releases Updated LogicModules LogicModule Name Details (1 DataSource) Kubernetes_Ingress New Kubernetes module to monitor the health check on Kubernetes Ingress. Next Steps For more information on the upgrade procedure, see Upgrading LM Container Charts. 

Container Monitoring 4.2.0

What’s New Support for Monitoring Kubernetes Ingress LogicMonitor Container can now automatically detect and monitor Kubernetes Ingress resources in the cluster.  Support for Monitoring NGINX Ingress Controller NGINX Ingress Controller is a type of Ingress Controller that runs in a cluster and configures an HTTP load balancer according to traffic routing rules. For more information, see NGINX Ingress Controller … Continued

Container Monitoring 4.1.0

Fixed Issues Creating a Resource Tree based on Resource Type We have introduced this feature to ensure a smoother transition to the new resource organization by namespace. However, enabling the old resource organization may affect the user interfaces’ performance. We recommend disabling this feature after the migration to ensure a smoother operation. To enable this feature, … Continued

Container Monitoring 4.0.0

What’s New Support for Scheduling Multiple Collector Pods on Single Node You can now schedule multiple collector pods on a single node if the collector replicas are greater than the number of available nodes. If you want to restrict the scheduling of a single pod to a single node, in your configuration file, set the allowMultipleCollectorsOnNode parameter to false. … Continued

Container Monitoring 3.5.0

What’s New Support for Kubernetes 1.26 and 1.25 LM Container Chart version 3.5.0 is now certified for compatibility with Kubernetes versions 1.26 and 1.25. Support for Filtering Label and Annotation Updates from Monitoring You can now ignore frequent and unwanted annotations or label updates on a Kubernetes resource despite no considerable changes. In your configuration file, add the fields annotations.ignore and labels.ignore under argus.monitoring section to ignore unwanted … Continued

Container Monitoring 3.4.0

What’s New Ops Notes support for Helm Charts You can now add Ops notes for Helm Chart releases. Ops Notes allow you to add time-stamped annotations (markers) to your graphs. This enables better troubleshooting and provides events’ log impact on your Kubernetes Cluster. For more information, see Monitoring Helm Chart Releases.  Fixed Issues We have fixed the argus … Continued