You can identify output created by deploying with Pipeline in the Deployment Target Management menu.
Go to Deployment Target Management > Deployment Target to identify workloads deployed to Kubernetes by using Pipeline. You can find all workloads deployed, workload names, pod count, and status. Enter a search term and click the search button, search for deployment targets with the entered string starts. Click Deployment Target Name in the Deployment Target table to go to a page where you can see the workloads that belong to the selected deployment target.
Displays the namespaces of workloads deployed with Pipeline among the namespaces of the selected deployment target cluster. Enter a search term and click the search button to search the namespace with the entered string. Select a namespace to display a list of workloads that belong to the selected namespace.
Displays the number of pods in the workload and which pods are currently running in %. When you select a workload, a list of the pods in the selected workload appears, and their operational status is indicated by the color of the dot on the left. You can find basic information about the selected workload and pods on the right.
Pod status in the left dot
Select a pod to view the console log and the information of the connected service. For the pod associated with the service, the load balancer icon appears on the right. Select the load balancer icon to go to the Network tab.
To see the workloads associated with the service in Deployment Target Management, you need to add the 'traffic.spinnaker.io/load-balancers' annotation to the manifest rather than specifying a selector.
Click the Workload Management to show a list of possible management tasks based on the selected workload. All tasks are actually applied to the cluster where the workload is running. deploy-target-monitoring-guide-11.png
Check the executed tasks in the Management History tab. The management history is saved by namespace and workload name, and only the most recent 10 cases are displayed. If you delete a task, the workload is also deleted so you cannot check the deleted history.
Management Task Types
|Modify and apply the manifest of workload
|Delete workload from cluster
|Connect workload and service
|Disconnect workload and service
|Adjust the number of pods in workload
|Deployment, replica set, stateful set
|Roll back to a previous version of the workload
|Restart pods in workload
|Rollback, pause of pod restart
|Restart a paused deployment
You can identify a service deployed to Kubernetes by using Pipeline in Deployment Target Management > Network.
You can see all the services you've deployed, along with the number and status of pods connected to them. Enter a search term and click the Search button to search for a deployment target with the string you entered. Click the Deployment Target Name in the Deployment Target table to go to the namespace selection page.
Displays the namespaces of services deployed with Pipeline among the namespaces of the selected deployment target cluster. Enter a search term and click the search button to search the namespace with the entered string. Select a namespace to display services that belong to the selected namespace.
Select a service to display workloads that belong to the service. When you select a workload, the information for the selected workload appears on the right in the Deployment Target tab.