Kubernetes Observability Stack (TOBS) | How to Use TOBS with Linode LKE
TOBS, short for The Observability Stack, is a pre-packaged distribution of monitoring tools and dashboard interfaces. It can be installed on any existing Kubernetes cluster. It includes many of the most popular open-source observability tools such as Prometheus, Grafana, Promlens, TimescaleDB, and others. In this video, @DevOpsDirective will show you how to run TOBS with The Linode Kubernetes Engine LKE.
0:44 What Guide Are We Following?
2:00 Create Kubernetes Cluster
3:10 Download Kubeconfig
3:40 Run Kubeconfig
4:28 Tell Kubecutl to use the Config
4:55 Create our Stack
5:53 Deploy Certmanager
8:15 Deploy TOBS
12:20 Deploy a Google Microservice
14:55 Overview of Prometheus, Node Exporter, and Kube State Metrics
18:36 Overview of Promscale and Timescale DB
22:07 Overview of Grafana
26:46 Overview of Tracing Data
32:15 Cluster Cleanup
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Product: Linode, Kubernetes, LKE; @DevOpsDirective
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