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Multi-Cluster View (MCV)

The Multi-Cluster View (MCV) allows you to track multiple clusters with a single glance. Use the MCV to see the high level status, health, and entities running on each of your clusters on one screen. The MCV will only display clusters that have been added to it, so you can filter out non-critical ones. Use the search bar to search across your clusters.

The MCV displays the overall health and statistics for each cluster, with specific health scores for the Platform, Applications, and Deployment.

The MCV has health scores for the following:

  • Platform Health Score: Indicates percent of succeeded tests related to Kubernetes components and infrastructure
  • Application Health Score: Indicates percent of succeeded tests related to the behavior of applications on the cluster
  • Deployment Health Score: Indicates percent of succeeded tests related to the configuration of various components and how applications are being deployed on the cluster

The MCV also has statistics for the number of Pods, Nodes, and Namespaces for each respective cluster. You can click on the arrow on the right side of each cluster card to expand the Health Over Time chart. The Health Over Time chart represent health of the cluster during various periods of time.

Pods are displayed as:

  • Running
  • Down
  • Inactive

Nodes are displayed as:

  • Running
  • Down
  • Unscheduled - Nodes that will not be used to deploy new Pods on them

Multi-Cluster View

Adding a Kubernetes Cluster to the Multi-Cluster View

To add another Kubernetes cluster to the MCV, you must first install Sosivio on that cluster. Once you have Sosivio installed on your second cluster, you can go to the top right portion of the screen and select Add Cluster. The requests must be approved by the admin of the requested cluster. The request can be approved or denied by selecting the bell icon next to Add Cluster.

Adding a Cluster to Multi-Cluster View