Customizing our dashboards

Now that we have the fields, we can have some fun. Recall the Grafana page we looked at in Chapter 1, Introduction to Kubernetes. Let's pull that up again by going to our cluster's monitoring URL. Note that you may need to log in with your cluster credentials. Refer to the following format of the link you need to use:

https://<your master IP>/api/v1/proxy/namespaces/kube-system/services/monitoring-grafana

We'll see the default Home dashboard. Click on the down arrow next to Home and select Cluster. This shows the Kubernetes cluster dashboard, and now we can add our own statistics to the board. Scroll all the way to the bottom and click on Add a Row. This should create a space for a new row and present a green tab ...

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