Prometheus, an open-source monitoring, and alerting toolkit is becoming the most popular solution for monitoring Kubernetes cluster for Spinnaker users or otherwise. To perform manual or automated Red/Black or Canary analysis, having a useful monitoring solution is essential.
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Docker containers have enabled applications to be developed and deployed faster due to its superior portability between development and production environment and across multiple clouds. Enterprises have started adopting Docker with microservices architecture for their new applications. One of the emerging requirements apparent among these early adopters is the need to seamlessly update versions of the microservices in production. To address this need, container orchestration systems like Kubernetes, Docker Swarm, Mesos, and Nomad has introduced support for rolling updates. In a rolling update (Figure 1), applications are updated with zero downtime by incrementally updating pods/container instances with the new version.
Figure 1: Kubernetes Rolling Update (Source: Kubernetes.io)