Monitoring Google Anthos

Last updated on 19 October, 2020

Google Anthos enables you to run and manage Kubernetes Clusters running anywhere, whether natively via Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) or externally in another cloud service and on-premise.

With LM Container, you can ensure central and consistent monitoring for clusters managed through Anthos. Specifically, LM Container provides a central view within LogicMonitor for you to monitor the health and performance of your cluster components (such as nodes, pods, containers, services, deployments, and so on) as well as the performance of the applications running within the clusters.

To get started, add each of your clusters into monitoring.

Once added, you should see the Anthos-managed clusters within LogicMonitor. Container applications will be automatically detected and monitored.

Alternatively, you can develop your own LogicModules to monitor custom applications.

To get additional metrics for Google Cloud Platform (GCP) resources, such as GKE notes, you can add your GCP projects into monitoring.