Scope 0.12: contextual monitoring for Docker
Weave Scope is a zero-config, drop-in solution for visualizing, monitoring and controlling your Docker containers in your cloud-native application. Scope allows you intuitively understand your microservices based application...
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Weave Scope is a zero-config, drop-in solution for visualizing, monitoring and controlling your Docker containers in your cloud-native application. Scope allows you intuitively understand your microservices based application and easily identify and correct issues to ensure the stability and performance of your applications.
Today, we’re releasing Weave Scope 0.12 with rich contextual details, deep linking and navigation.
Rich contextual information
With version 0.12 we’ve introduced a completely redesigned contextual details view for you containers; metrics have been brought front and center, the tags and metadata UX redefined and children of your container/host arranges in expandable, sortable tables. This makes it easy to find the container using the most CPU or memory on a given host, for example.
Deep linking within Scope
Version 0.12 also adds deep linking between the various topologies Scope natively understands. This allows users to easily navigate from containers, to hosts, processes, images, pods and services – and back again.
In addition, we’ve made significant enhancements to our Kubernetes integration, extended metrics to include process CPU and memory, as well as numerous bug fixes and performance improvements.
As always, your feedback is not only welcomed, but critical to delivering a product developers love to use! Please let us know what you like, what’s not working, and any improvements or other features you’d want to see in future releases. Reach us on Slack, IRC (#weave-network), Github, or Google Groups. For more details about these key features and more, check out the complete changelog, or download and try it out.