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TMP Instance Management

Last updated: 2022-05-16 15:39:26
    Note

    Tencent Prometheus Service (TPS) has been integrated into TMP, which supports cross-region monitoring in multiple VPCs, and provides a unified Grafana dashboard, allowing for checking of multiple monitoring instances. For more information on TMP billing, see Pay-as-You-Go. For cloud resource usage details, see Billing Mode and Resource Usage. Free metrics for basic monitoring will not be billed.

    TPS will be discontinued soon. Click here to try out TMP. TPS instances can no longer be created, but you can use our quick migration tool to migrate your TPS instances to TMP. Before the migration, streamline monitoring metrics or reduce the collection frequency; otherwise, higher costs may be incurred.

    Overview

    In the TKE console, you can easily create a TMP instance and associate it with a cluster in the current region. Clusters associated with the same TMP instance share the same monitoring metrics and alarming policies. Currently, TMP supports managed clusters, self-deployed clusters, elastic clusters and edge clusters. This document describes how to create and manage TMP instances in the TKE console.

    Directions

    Service authorization

    When using the cloud native monitoring for the first time, you need to assign the TKE_QCSLinkedRoleInPrometheusService role to the service, which is used to authorize the cloud native monitoring service to access the COS bucket.

    1. Log in to the TKE console and click Cloud Native Monitoring in the left sidebar to pop up the Service authorization window.
    2. Click Go to Cloud Access Management to enter the Role management page.
    3. Click Grant to complete authentication.

    Creating TMP instance

    1. Log in to the TKE console and click Cloud Native Monitoring in the left sidebar.
    2. Click Create at the top of the instance list page.
    3. On the Create TMP instance page, configure the basic information of the instance.
    • Instance name: Enter a custom instance name within 60 characters.
    • Region: Select a region to deploy this instance. For now, it only supports Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou regions. The region cannot be modified after the instance is created. We recommend that you choose the region closest to your business to minimize access latency and improve reporting speed.
    • Network: Select an existing VPC and its subnet in the current region, which cannot be modified after the instance is created. If there are no VPC resources in the region, you can go to the VPC console to create a VPC. For more information, see Network Settings for Containers and Nodes.
    • Data retaining time: Select the data storage time (30 days/3 months/6 months/1 year). After the instance is successfully created, a COS bucket will be automatically created and billed based on actual resource usage. For more information, see Billing Overview.
    • Grafana component: Select whether to enable Grafana access. If you enable it, you need to set the username and password for Grafana logins. After the instance is created, the Grafana username and password cannot be modified. You can enable Grafana public network access according to your business needs.
    • AlertManager: You can add a custom AlertManager address to send the alarms generated by the instance to your AlertManager.
      Note:

      After the instance is successfully created, you can monitor kubernetes clusters under the VPC to which the instance belongs. If you need to monitor clusters in multiple regions or under different VPCs, you need to create the instance in the same VPC.

    1. Click Complete.
    2. You can check the instance creation progress on the Cloud native monitoring page. If the instance status changes to "Running", the instance was successfully created and is running properly.
      Note:

      If it takes too long to create an instance or the displayed status is abnormal, submit a ticket.

    Deleting TMP instance

    1. Log in to the TKE console and click Cloud Native Monitoring in the left sidebar.
    2. On the instance list page, click Delete on the right of an instance to be deleted.
    3. In the Delete TMP instance pop-up window, click OK to delete the instance.
      Note:

      When the current instance is deleted, the monitoring components installed in the cluster and the COS bucket associated with the instance will be deleted at the same time by default. To back up the related monitoring data, go to the COS console.

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