Use VMware Tanzu Mission Control to see what's happening in your clusters.

The Clusters page in the Tanzu Mission Control console displays a list of all the clusters attached to your organization that you have permissions to see. Similarly, the Namespaces page shows your namespaces (both managed and unmanaged), and the Workloads page shows the workloads running on your clusters. You can filter and sort the lists of objects to see only those you want to see.

From these top-level pages, you can drill down into the detail views of the objects and their parent and child objects to see a fine-grained description of what's happening in your clusters, nodes, namespaces, and workloads.

For example, the cluster detail page shows the health of the cluster's nodes and the components and cluster agent extensions running on the cluster. For a description of how Tanzu Mission Control determines the health of a cluster, see What Is a Healthy Cluster.

Tanzu Observability by Wavefront

In addition to the basic observability provided directly through Tanzu Mission Control, you can connect to your Wavefront account to capture metrics from your clusters. When you connect your cluster to an existing Wavefront account, Tanzu Mission Control installs an extension on your cluster to collect data and send it to your Wavefront account in one minute intervals. You can then log in to your Wavefront account to configure data collection and analyze the captured metrics. For more information about Tanzu Observability by Wavefront, see What is Wavefront in the Tanzu Observability by Wavefront documentation.