END Monitoring, kubernetes, microservices, MSA, kubernetes APM, microservices monitoring, kubernetes Application performance, kubernetes tracing, Cluster, Pod, Event, Tracing, 4 in 1 Monitoring, end-to-end, observability, Cloud Native Monitoring, AIOps, Failure Prediction, Root Cause Analysis, RCA, Log Viewer, SaaS, Free, user monitoring, service monitoring, application monitoring

END Monitoring, kubernetes, microservices, MSA, kubernetes APM, microservices monitoring, kubernetes Application performance, kubernetes tracing, Cluster, Pod, Event, Tracing, 4 in 1 Monitoring, end-to-end, observability, Cloud Native Monitoring, AIOps, Failure Prediction, Root Cause Analysis, RCA, Log Viewer, SaaS, Free, user monitoring, service monitoring, application monitoring

END Monitoring, kubernetes, microservices, MSA, kubernetes APM, microservices monitoring, kubernetes Application performance, kubernetes tracing, Cluster, Pod, Event, Tracing, 4 in 1 Monitoring, end-to-end, observability, Cloud Native Monitoring, AIOps, Failure Prediction, Root Cause Analysis, RCA, Log Viewer, SaaS, Free, user monitoring, service monitoring, application monitoring

Cloud Native Example
This document provides JMSIGHT’s END Monitoring Guide to support Cloud Native Application operation and Kubernetes setup and deployment of Cloud Native Applications in various environments (minikube, AWS, etc.) that provide Cloud Native with Kubernetes.
Cloud Native Definition
Cloud-based technology enables organizations to build and run scalable applications in modern, dynamic environments such as public, private, and hybrid clouds. Containers, service meshes, microservices, non-changeable infrastructure and declarative API exemplify this approach.
What you’ll need
We uses Kustomize tool included in kubectl as a way to deploy in various Cloud Native with Kubernetes.
  • Download JMSIGHT Example
    git clone https://github.com/jmsight/jmsight-kubernetes-example.git
JMSIGHT Wordpress Example
Cloud Native Architecture
example architecture of cloud native with kubernetes
1. minikube
What you’ll need
Run minikube environment
minikube start --addons ingress -p jmsight-example
Deploy WordPress
kubectl apply -k jmsight-kubernetes-example/wordpress/mini
Copy and paste the following line to the bottom of /etc/hosts file (as root)
127.0.0.1 mini.jmsight-wordpress.example
Run minikube tunnel (as root)
minikube tunnel -p jmsight-example
2. Amazon Web Service (AWS)
What you’ll need
Set up Ingress Controller
  • kubectl apply -f https://raw.githubusercontent.com/kubernetes/ingress-nginx/controller-v1.landing.console.0.0/deploy/static/provider/aws/deploy.yaml
Deploy WordPress
kubectl apply -k jmsight-kubernetes-example/wordpress/aws-eks
Access WordPress
open "http://"`kubectl get service -n ingress-nginx ingress-nginx-controller -o jsonpath='{.status.loadBalancer.ingress[*].hostname}{"\n"}'`
How EM8g Can Help
By signing up EM8g and installing the agent, you can view the monitoring data in the Cloud native Example.
  • User, Service, Application, and Kubernetes monitoring all included.
  • Easy and simple installation with just one-line command.
  • Engineering teams are able to use full stack monitoring alongside AIOps technology.

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