Viewing Details of a Cluster

Version: 17.07

Supported Since: 17.01

Users can view the status and configurations of currently available Clusters via the IPS web console.

View Cluster Details

Go to Clusters perspective and click on the Details button to view details of the desired cluster.

cluster details click
Figure 1. Click on Details

Cluster Details view offers the following child perspectives:


Facilitates management of the basic configurations of the cluster, including

  • name

  • replication count

  • type (development/test/production)

  • replication count

  • container image name

This view also offers the operations to

  • refresh the whole cluster (effectively replacing all currently running containers with new ones)

  • download a snapshot of the currently running cluster, including configurations of controlling Kubernetes entities (deployment and service) for the cluster, and pod configurations and snapshots of each pod

cluster configurations
Figure 2. Cluster Configurations
While you can use the Update button to save any changes made within this view, the actual changes will not be reflected in the cluster unless the cluster is refreshed, or redeploy a new configuration on the cluster via the Deployments view. The IPS will ask for confirmation of refreshing the cluster when the update button is clicked. If you say yes, the cluster will be refreshed.
cluster update
Figure 3. Update Cluster


This view shows the current ESB instances belonging to the clster (including those pending startup/termination), and allows viewing details of each instances. See Instances for more details.

cluster instances
Figure 4. Instances


This view indicates active service endpoints that are currently exposed by the cluster (i.e. ports that are exposed for access from outside the cluster). The ports can usually be accessed from the hostname (or IP address) of any active node in the cluster.

cluster endpoints
Figure 5. Endpoints


This view facilitates viewing the aggregated system and message statistics for the cluster, as described further in Cluster Statistics.


This view is for deploying a new runtime configuration on the cluster, as described further in Deploying a Cluster


This view displays available cluster versions for the cluster, and can be used for redeploying and viewing details of previously created cluster versions.


This view displays the history of Kubernetes-level events that have occurred on the deployment entity associated with this cluster, as explained under Events.

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