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Kubernetes for Serverless Applications by Russ McKendrick

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The dashboard

The Kubernetes dashboard is not just a great resource for managing your cluster; it also gives you a great visual overview of what you have running and how it is currently performing.

For example, selecting All namespaces in the Namespaces drop-down menu and then clicking on Pods in the Workloads section of the left-hand side menu will give you a list of all the running pods, along with a breakdown of what each pod is currently using CPU and RAM-wise:

Clicking on a pod—in this case, the heapster one—will give you a more detailed breakdown of the overall resources being used by the containers that make up that pod:

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