Kardio is a simple tool that can be configured to perform health checks on any endpoint. Kardio has a rich UI showing status and availability based on responses from REST endpoints, TCP ports, etc. It is also integrated with Slack and email for alerting.
K8Dash is the easiest way to manage your Kubernetes cluster. Why?
Full cluster management: Namespaces, Nodes, Pods, Replica Sets, Deployments, Storage, RBAC and more
Blazing fast and Always Live: no need to refresh pages to see the latest
Quickly visualize cluster health at a glance: Real time charts help quickly track down poorly performing resources
Easy CRUD and scaling: plus inline API docs to easily understand what each field does
Simple OpenID integration: no special proxies required
Simple installation: use the provided yaml resources to have K8Dash up and running in under 1 minute (no, seriously)
Polaris helps keep your cluster healthy. It runs a variety of checks to ensure that Kubernetes deployments are configured using best practices that will avoid potential problems in the future. The project includes two primary components:
A dashboard that provides an overview of how well current deployments are configured within a cluster.
An experimental validating webhook that can prevent any future deployments that do not live up to a configured standard.
Grafana Dashboards for Kubernetes Administrators. I've build Kubernetes Control Plane dashboards for better oncall experience and faster outage resolution.
Alertmanager UI is useful for browsing alerts and managing silences, but it's lacking as a dashboard tool - karma aims to fill this gap. Starting with 0.7.0 release it can also aggregate alerts from multiple Alertmanager instances, running either in HA mode or separate. Duplicated alerts are deduplicated so only unique alerts are displayed. Each alert is tagged with names of all Alertmanager instances it was found at and can be filtered based on those tags (@alertmanager). Note that @alertmanager tags will be visible only if karma is configured with multiple Alertmanager instances.
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wtf - A personal information dashboard for your terminal.
liman - Basic docker monitoring web application.
dashbling - Hackable React based dashboards for developers, inspired by Dashing
adsycc - Adfinis SyGroup AG - Customer Center
Smashing, the spiritual successor to Dashing, is a Sinatra based framework that lets you build excellent dashboards. It looks especially great on TVs.
Connect to any data source, easily visualize and share your data
A dashboard UI for Node-RED
Dashboard for visualization of multi-projects resources in OpenShift
Dashkiosk is a solution to manage dashboards on multiple screens. It comes as four components:
A receiver runs in a browser attached to each screen and will display the requested dashboards. The receiver is quite dumb, it contacts the server and wait for it to tell which URL to display.
A server which will manage the screens by sending them what they should display. An administration interface allows the user to manage those screens individually or in a group.
An Android app that will run the receiver. This is mainly a fullscreen webview. There is also a Firefox app fulfilling the same purpose.
A Chromecast custom receiver which will run the regular receiver if you want to display dashboards using Google Chromecast devices.
An Easier Way to Create Dashboards
Cyclotron is a platform for creating and hosting dashboards, independent of any single data source. It's a batteries-included solution for loading and visualizing data without programming. It's the CMS of dashboarding.