ASERGO Kubernetes documentation

Documentation overview

As we install and configure your cluster, this documentation page only covers configuration details and not Kubernetes installation procedures.


We believe that Kubernetes should be managed by open-source tools only, and not by proprietary platforms. Our clusters support all kubectl/helm commands.

You may use any vanilla version of kubectl/helm.

Official Kubernetes documentation

Application monitoring

Connect your application to our Prometheus service by following these simple steps.

Configure Prometheus client

If your application does not natively support Prometheus metrics, you can configure Prometheus exporters

Official Prometheus Exporters documentation

Create triggers for events occurring inside your applications

Official Prometheus Alerting documentation

Internal network flow

You can control the internal network flow between applications and incoming/outgoing internet traffic by utilizing Kubernetes network policies. The official guidelines on how to work with network policies apply to our clusters too; documentation on how to use it can be seen here

Official Kubernetes network flow

Logging filters

We use fluentd as our logging service. You can find further information about how to use applications logging below.

ASERGO Knowledge Base logging configuration
Official Fluentd filter documentation
Official Fluentd parser documentation