Weave Scope lets you monitor and control your containerized microservices applications. By providing a visual map of your Docker Containers, you can see the dependencies and communication links between them.
Scope automatically detects processes, containers, hosts. No kernel modules, no agents, no special libraries, no coding.
This scenario explains how to map and visualise connections your Docker containers running on a Kubernetes cluster.
This scenario has explored how you can use Weave Scope to visualize and explore the containers running on a host.
To install Weave Scope on your own Kubernetes cluster, run the following command:
kubectl create -f 'https://cloud.weave.works/launch/k8s/weavescope.yaml'
Installing Weave Scope on Kubernetes
Step 1 - Start Kubernetes
To begin, deploy a Kubernetes cluster onto the host environment. This is a single node deployed, along with the Kubectl allowing you to run and manage services.
Execute the command below to start the cluster components and configure the host environment.