Tencent Cloud TKE supports setting alarms for three cluster dimensions: cluster, node, and pod. Setting reasonable alarms for your clusters will assist in locating exceptions quickly, thus reducing your business risks.
- TKE only provides alarms for the metrics and events most crucial to the healthy operation of Kubernetes clusters.
- Alarms set in TKE can only be managed from the TKE console.
- Alarms set in TKE can coexist with those set in Cloud Monitoring, but it is still recommended to use Cloud Monitoring services to set alarms for CVM and Load Balancer resources.
Log in to the TKE Console.
Select the alarm settings based on your actual needs.
If no alarms have been set for the list of clusters, then a message will appear: Alarm not set. This message will disappear after you set an alarm.
Click Create or Create a Policy to create an alarm policy. See the figure below:
Alarms are only valid for the cluster for which they are configured.