What is Heapster?

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What is Heapster? Came across this term but have no idea what it means.

Apr 17 by Nippun
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Heapster is a cluster-wide aggregator of data provided by Kubelet running on each node. This container management tool is supported natively on Kubernetes cluster and runs as a pod, just like any other pod in the cluster. So, it basically discovers all nodes in the cluster and queries usage information from the Kubernetes nodes in the cluster, via on-machine Kubernetes agent.

answered Apr 17 by Sahit

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