This topic lists VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Integrated Edition (TKGI) components and integrations you can use to capture logs and metrics about your Kubernetes worker nodes and workloads.
To monitor Kubernetes worker nodes and workloads in your TKGI deployment, you can enable one or more of the following components and integrations in the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Integrated Edition tile > In-Cluster Monitoring:
|Sink resources||TKGI component||Sink Resources, below.|
|Wavefront||External integration||VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Integrated Edition Integration in the Wavefront documentation.
Or send metrics to Wavefront with a metric sink.
|vRealize Operations||External integration, with cAdvisor||cAdvisor on GitHub
VMware vRealize Operations Management Pack for Container Monitoring
When running on worker nodes, these components and integrations are visible to both TKGI admins and cluster users, such as developers.
To enable sink resources, Wavefront, or vRealize Operations integration, follow the instructions in In-Cluster Monitoring for your IaaS:
For information about monitoring TKGI and TKGI-provisioned cluster VMs on Linux, see Monitoring TKGI and TKGI-Provisioned Clusters.
For information about logging and monitoring Kubernetes clusters, workers and workloads on Windows, see:
In TKGI, you can deploy log sinks and metric sinks to monitor your Kubernetes worker nodes and workloads that are running on them.
To deploy a log or a metric sink:
For more information about sink resources, see: