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Extension

Extension

A Steadybit extension to check the state of the Kubernetes cluster and inject faults.
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Kubernetes

A Steadybit extension to check the state of the Kubernetes cluster and inject faults.
Extension

Extension

Install now

Kubernetes

Extension

Extension

A Steadybit extension to check the state of the Kubernetes cluster and inject faults.
Install now

Kubernetes

A Steadybit extension to check the state of the Kubernetes cluster and inject faults.
Extension

Extension

Install now
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Introduction to the Kubernetes Extension

The Steadybit Kubernetes Extension adds support for Chaos Engineering attacks and checks in your Kubernetes clusters. The extension works for local minikube environments and managed Kubernetes clusters, such as AWS EKS.

Integration and Functionality

The extension uses kubectl-commands and Kubernetes API calls to communicate with your cluster. The extension-container and extension-host are a good addition to support further attacks and checks in your Kubernetes cluster.

Installation of the Extension

If you've installed the Steadybit Agent in a Kubernetes cluster using our provided helm-chart, the Kubernetes extension is already installed by default.

Otherwise, you can also use the helm-chart of the Kubernetes extension to deploy the extension in your cluster.

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Kubernetes
Homepage
hub.steadybit.com/extension/com.steadybit.extension_kubernetes
License
MIT
MaintainerSteadybit

Provided Target Discovery

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Kubernetes cluster
Target

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Cause Crash Loop

Causes a crash loop in a pod

Attack

Attack

Kubernetes pods

Provided Pieces of Advice

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Image Pull Policy Set To Always
New

Ensure that your containers are always running the identical latest container image.


Useful Recipes (4 of 23)

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DataDog alerts when a Kubernetes pod is in crash loop

When one of your containers has problems starting, it may result in a crash loop and, eventually, Kubernetes backing off to restart this container. Verify that Datadog notices a crash loop and will alert you to take action.

Tags:
Kubernetes
Datadog
Restart
Crash loop
Harden Observability
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Datadog monitors

Kubernetes pods


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