Kubecost supports the ability to monitor multiple contexts of clusters. A context refers to either a single monitored cluster, or a set of clusters that leverage durable storage.
When adding a context directly from the frontend, Kubecost adds it locally for your browser. To make this context accessible to other users in your organization, follow the steps to add at install-time below.
- 1.Install Kubecost on the additional cluster you would like to view. The recommended Kubecost install path is available at kubecost.com/install.
- 3.Select Switch Context in the lower left corner of the Kubecost UI. The Contexts window opens.
- 4.Provide the accessible URL (with port included) for the target Kubecost installation, then select Add. Here's an example:
By default, a LoadBalancer exposes endpoints to the wide internet. Be careful about following the authentication requirements of your organization and environment.
After following Steps 1 and 2 above, provide a list of context names/endpoints under
kubecostProductConfigs.clustersin values.yaml during Helm install or upgrade. Here's an example values block:
- name: "Cluster A"