(DEPRECATED) Monitor an Azure Container Service cluster with Sysdig
The Azure Container Service (ACS) is being deprecated. No new features or functionality are being added to ACS. All of the APIs, portal experience, CLI commands and documentation are marked as deprecated.
For more information, see the Azure Container Service deprecation announcement on Azure.com.
We recommend that you deploy one of the following Azure Marketplace solutions:
If you want to use Kubernetes, see Azure Kubernetes Service.
In this article, we will deploy Sysdig agents to all the agent nodes in your Azure Container Service cluster. You need an account with Sysdig for this configuration.
Sysdig is a monitoring service that allows you to monitor your containers within your cluster. Sysdig is known to help with troubleshooting but it also has your basic monitoring metrics for CPU, Networking, Memory, and I/O. Sysdig makes it easy to see which containers are working the hardest or essentially using the most memory and CPU. This view is in the “Overview” section, which is currently in beta.
Configure a Sysdig deployment with Marathon
These steps will show you how to configure and deploy Sysdig applications to your cluster with Marathon.
Access your DC/OS UI via http://localhost:80/ Once in the DC/OS UI navigate to the "Universe", which is on the bottom left and then search for "Sysdig."
Now to complete the configuration you need a Sysdig cloud account or a free trial account. Once you're logged in to the Sysdig cloud website, click on your user name, and on the page you should see your "Access Key."
Next enter your Access Key into the Sysdig configuration within the DC/OS Universe.
Now set the instances to 10000000 so whenever a new node is added to the cluster Sysdig will automatically deploy an agent to that new node. This is an interim solution to make sure Sysdig will deploy to all new agents within the cluster.
Once you've installed the package navigate back to the Sysdig UI and you'll be able to explore the different usage metrics for the containers within your cluster.
You can also install Mesos and Marathon specific dashboards via the new dashboard wizard.