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Container Cluster Management

Container and Clusters running Kubernetes or OpenShift versions
Published On Jun 11, 2024 - 8:10 AM

Container and Clusters running Kubernetes or OpenShift versions

Container Cluster Management dashboard offers an intuitive, visual summary of Container insights, enabling users to quickly assess their clusters and their respective Kubernetes or OpenShift versions.
Every year, Kubernetes or OpenShift rolls out three fresh updates, each loaded with new features, fortified security measures, and bug rectifications.
The Red Hat OpenShift container platform v4.8 utilizes a structured lifecycle in which at least four minor versions are sustained simultaneously. The support duration is fixed from the point of the minor version release, offering a range of support and maintenance levels. Red Hat strives to predict releases on a 4-month cycle, giving you plenty of time to prepare.
In the Container Cluster Management dashboard, you can survey your clusters and their corresponding Kubernetes or OpenShift versions. This grants you the power to promptly identify and take appropriate measures with clusters operating on outdated Kubernetes or OpenShift versions, guided by our recommendations.

Insights for Containers

Container insights collected from various sources are displayed on the Container Cluster Management dashboard. This information is organized into interactive widgets made up of selectable tiles. These tiles present a numeric count of Containers and provide descriptive information regarding the utilization of resources.

Containers Memory overutilized

To access and view insights for Containers, follow the steps outlined below
  1. Navigate to the
    Actionable insights
    widget on your dashboard.
  2. Select a tile of interest to view more detailed insights. For example, if you're interested in Containers with overutilized memory, select the
    Containers Memory overutilized
    tile.
  3. Once the Actionable Insights page opens, the selected Container insight will be displayed in the summary section, with the table below refreshed with information regarding the specific container.
This table provides a summary of each Container's current status. Each row of the table represents a specific container, and columns provide different types of information:
  • Container Name
    : The unique name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The specific containers running in the container.
  • Node
    : The node that the Container is running on.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster that the Container is part of.
  • Memory utilization
    : The percentage of utilized memory.
  • Recommendations
    : Suggestions for optimizing the performance of the container.
  • Recommended date
    : The date the recommendation was provided.
For more detailed insights about a particular container, go to the overflow menu on the far right of the table and select
View Details
. A new window will open and present additional details about the container, such as:
  • Container
    : The name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The name of the container(s) running in the container.
  • Namespace
    : The namespace where the Container resides.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster, which is also a link to the cluster.
  • Insight
    : Detailed information about the Container's current status.
  • Memory Usage
    : A graph illustrating Memory usage over the last few months.
  • Recommendation
    : Specific recommendations for improving the Container's performance.
  • Recommendation date
    : The date the recommendation was made.

Containers Memory underutilized

To access and view insights for Containers, follow the steps outlined below:
  1. Navigate to the
    Actionable insights
    widget on your dashboard.
  2. Select a tile of interest to view more detailed insights. For example, if you're interested in Containers with under-utilized memory, select the
    Containers Memory underutilized
    tile.
  3. Once the Actionable Insights page opens, the selected Container insight will be displayed in the summary section, with the table below refreshed with information regarding the specific container.
This table provides a summary of each Container's current status. Each row of the table represents a specific container, and columns provide different types of information:
  • Container Name
    : The unique name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The specific containers running in the container.
  • Node
    : The node that the Container is running on.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster that the Container is part of.
  • Memory utilization
    : The percentage of utilized memory.
  • Recommendations
    : Suggestions for optimizing the performance of the container.
  • Recommended date
    : The date the recommendation was provided.
For more detailed insights about a particular container, go to the overflow menu on the far right of the table and select
View Details
. A new window will open and present additional details about the container, such as:
  • Container
    : The name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The name of the container(s) running in the container.
  • Namespace
    : The namespace where the Container resides.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster, which is also a link to the cluster.
  • Insight
    : Detailed information about the Container's current status.
  • Memory Usage
    : A graph illustrating Memory usage over the last few months.
  • Recommendation
    : Specific recommendations for improving the Container's performance.
  • Recommendation date
    : The date the recommendation was made.

Containers CPU underutilized

To access and view insights for Containers, follow the steps outlined below:
  1. Navigate to the
    Actionable insights
    widget on your dashboard.
  2. Select a tile of interest to view more detailed insights. For example, if you're interested in Containers with under-utilized CPU, select the
    Containers CPU underutilized
    tile.
  3. Once the Actionable Insights page opens, the selected Container insight will be displayed in the summary section, with the table below refreshed with information regarding the specific container.
This table provides a summary of each Container's current status. Each row of the table represents a specific container, and columns provide different types of information:
  • Container Name
    : The unique name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The specific containers running in the container.
  • Node
    : The node that the Container is running on.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster that the Container is part of.
  • CPU utilization
    : The percentage of utilized memory.
  • Recommendations
    : Suggestions for optimizing the performance of the container.
  • Recommended date
    : The date the recommendation was provided.
For more detailed insights about a particular container, go to the overflow menu on the far right of the table and select
View Details
. A new window will open and present additional details about the container, such as:
  • Container
    : The name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The name of the container(s) running in the container.
  • Namespace
    : The namespace where the Container resides.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster, which is also a link to the cluster.
  • Insight
    : Detailed information about the Container's current status.
  • CPU Usage
    : A graph illustrating CPU usage over the last few months.
  • Recommendation
    : Specific recommendations for improving the Container's performance.
  • Recommendation date
    : The date the recommendation was made.

Containers CPU overutilized

To access and view insights for Containers, follow the steps outlined below:
  1. Navigate to the
    Actionable insights
    widget on your dashboard.
  2. Select a tile of interest to view more detailed insights. For example, if you're interested in Containers with overutilized CPU, select the
    Containers CPU overutilized
    tile.
  3. Once the Actionable Insights page opens, the selected Container insight will be displayed in the summary section, with the table below refreshed with information regarding the specific container.
This table provides a summary of each Container's current status. Each row of the table represents a specific container, and columns provide different types of information:
  • Container Name
    : The unique name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The specific containers running in the container.
  • w
    : The node that the Container is running on.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster that the Container is part of.
  • CPU utilization
    : The percentage of utilized memory.
  • Recommendations
    : Suggestions for optimizing the performance of the container.
  • Recommended date
    : The date the recommendation was provided.
For more detailed insights about a particular container, go to the overflow menu on the far right of the table and select
View Details
. A new window will open and present additional details about the container, such as:
  • Container
    : The name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The name of the container(s) running in the container.
  • Namespace
    : The namespace where the Container resides.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster, which is also a link to the cluster.
  • Insight
    : Detailed information about the Container's current status.
  • CPU Usage
    : A graph illustrating CPU usage over the last few months.
  • Recommendation
    : Specific recommendations for improving the Container's performance.
  • Recommendation date
    : The date the recommendation was made.

Containers Running out of CPU

To access and view insights for Containers Running Out of CPU, follow the steps outlined below:
  1. Navigate to the Actionable Insights widget on your dashboard.
  2. Select the
    Containers Running out of CPU
    tile for more detailed insights.
  3. Once the Actionable Insights page opens, the selected insight will be displayed in the summary section, with the table below refreshed with information regarding the specific container.
This table provides a summary of each Container's current status. Each row of the table represents a specific container, and columns provide different types of information:
  • Deployment Name
    : The unique name associated with the specific deployment.
  • Namespace
    : The domain specifies where the container operates.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the distinct cluster hosting the pod deployment.
  • CPU
    Limit
    : The pre-established usage restrictions for the specific deployment.
  • Current
    CPU
    Usage
    : A historical average of the deployment’s resource utilization.
  • Predicted CPU Usage
    : The highest anticipated CPU usage over the next seven days.
  • Recommendations
    : Suggestions derived from usage data to facilitate optimal resource utilization.
  • Recommended Date
    : The date the pertinent recommendations were formulated.
For more detailed insights about a particular container, go to the overflow menu on the far right of the table and select
View Details
. A new window will open and present additional details as a graphical representation encompassing a prediction zone, highlighted alongside a yellow line that depicts prospective trends for a span extending to a maximum of 7 days based on the projected date. This visual aid assists in apprehending the prospective trajectory of resource usage.
As you navigate further, you will find metrics meticulously laid out for you in a tabular form, presenting a detailed breakdown as follows:
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster, which is also a link to the cluster.
  • Node
    : The node that the Container is running on.
  • Container
    : The namespace where the Container resides.
  • CPU
    Limit
    : The pre-established usage restrictions for the specific deployment.
  • Current usage
    : A historical average of the deployment’s resource utilization.
  • Recommendation
    : Specific recommendations for improving the Container's performance.
  • Predicted date for running out of CPU
    : The date predicted for the CPU to run out.
  • Recommendation date
    : The date the recommendation was made.

Containers Running out of Memory

To access and view insights for Containers Running Out of Memory, follow the steps outlined below:
  1. Navigate to the Actionable Insights widget on your dashboard.
  2. Select the
    " tile for more detailed insights.
  3. Once the Actionable Insights page opens, the selected insight will be displayed in the summary section, with the table below refreshed with information regarding the specific container.
This table provides a summary of each Container's current status. Each row of the table represents a specific container, and columns provide different types of information:
  • Deployment Name
    : The unique name associated with the specific deployment.
  • Namespace
    : The domain specifies where the container operates.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the distinct cluster hosting the pod deployment.
  • Memory Limit
    : The pre-established usage restrictions for the specific deployment.
  • Current Memory Usage
    : A historical average of the deployment’s resource utilization.
  • Predicted Memory Usage
    : The highest anticipated memory usage over the next seven days.
  • Recommendations
    : Suggestions derived from usage data to facilitate optimal resource utilization.
  • Recommended Date
    : The date the pertinent recommendations were formulated.
For more detailed insights about a particular container, go to the overflow menu on the far right of the table and select
View Details
. A new window will open and present additional details as a graphical representation encompassing a prediction zone, highlighted alongside a yellow line that depicts prospective trends for a span extending to a maximum of 7 days based on the projected date. This visual aid assists in apprehending the prospective trajectory of resource usage.
As you navigate further, you will find metrics meticulously laid out for you in a tabular form, presenting a detailed breakdown as follows:
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster, which is also a link to the cluster.
  • Node
    : The node that the container is running on.
  • Container
    : The namespace where the container resides.
  • Memory Limit
    : The pre-established usage restrictions for the specific deployment.
  • Current usage
    : A historical average of the deployment’s resource utilization.
  • Recommendation
    : Specific recommendations for improving the container's performance.
  • Predicted date for running out of Memory
    : The date predicted for the memory to run out.
  • Recommendation date
    : The date the recommendation was made.

Containers without CPU limit

To access and view insights for Containers, follow the steps outlined below:
  1. Navigate to the
    Actionable insights
    widget on your dashboard.
  2. Select a tile of interest to view more detailed insights. For example, if you're interested in Containers without CPU limit, select the
    Containers without CPU
    limit
    tile.
  3. Once the Actionable Insights page opens, the selected Container insight will be displayed in the summary section, with the table below refreshed with information regarding the specific container.
This table provides a summary of each Container's current status. Each row of the table represents a specific container, and columns provide different types of information:
  • Container Name
    : The unique name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The specific containers running in the container.
  • Node
    : The node that the Container is running on.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster that the Container is part of.
  • Recommendations
    : Suggestions for optimizing the performance of the container.
  • Recommended date
    : The date the recommendation was provided.
For more detailed insights about a particular container, go to the overflow menu on the far right of the table and select
View Details
. A new window will open and present additional details about the container, such as:
  • Container
    : The name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The name of the container(s) running in the container.
  • Deployment
    : The name of the deployment for the container.
  • Namespace
    : The namespace where the Container resides.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster, which is also a link to the cluster.
  • Insight
    : Detailed information about the Container's current status.
  • CPU Usage
    : A graph illustrating CPU usage over the last few months.
  • Recommendation
    : Specific recommendations for improving the Container's performance.
  • Recommendation date
    : The date the recommendation was made.

Containers without CPU request

To access and view insights for Containers, follow the steps outlined below:
  1. Navigate to the
    Actionable insights
    widget on your dashboard.
  2. Select a tile of interest to view more detailed insights. For example, if you're interested in Containers without CPU request, select the
    Containers without CPU
    request
    tile.
  3. Once the Actionable Insights page opens, the selected Container insight will be displayed in the summary section, with the table below refreshed with information regarding the specific container.
This table provides a summary of each Container's current status. Each row of the table represents a specific container, and columns provide different types of information:
  • Container Name
    : The unique name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The specific containers running in the container.
  • Node
    : The node that the Container is running on.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster that the Container is part of.
  • Recommendations
    : Suggestions for optimizing the performance of the container.
  • Recommended date
    : The date the recommendation was provided.
For more detailed insights about a particular container, go to the overflow menu on the far right of the table and select
View Details
. A new window will open and present additional details about the container, such as:
  • Container
    : The name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The name of the container(s) running in the container.
  • Deployment
    : The name of the deployment for the container.
  • Namespace
    : The namespace where the Container resides.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster, which is also a link to the cluster.
  • Insight
    : Detailed information about the Container's current status.
  • CPU Usage
    : A graph illustrating CPU usage over the last few months.
  • Recommendation
    : Specific recommendations for improving the Container's performance.
  • Recommendation date
    : The date the recommendation was made.

Containers without CPU request and limit

To access and view insights for Containers, follow the steps outlined below:
  1. Navigate to the
    Actionable insights
    widget on your dashboard.
  2. Select a tile of interest to view more detailed insights. For example, if you're interested in Containers without CPU request and limit, select the
    Containers without CPU request and limit
    tile.
  3. Once the Actionable Insights page opens, the selected Container insight will be displayed in the summary section, with the table below refreshed with information regarding the specific container.
This table provides a summary of each Container's current status. Each row of the table represents a specific container, and columns provide different types of information:
  • Container Name
    : The unique name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The specific containers running in the container.
  • Node
    : The node that the Container is running on.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster that the Container is part of.
  • Recommendations
    : Suggestions for optimizing the performance of the container.
  • Recommended date
    : The date the recommendation was provided.
For more detailed insights about a particular container, go to the overflow menu on the far right of the table and select
View Details
. A new window will open and present additional details about the container, such as:
  • Container
    : The name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The name of the container(s) running in the container.
  • Namespace
    : The namespace where the Container resides.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster, which is also a link to the cluster.
  • Insight
    : Detailed information about the Container's current status.
  • CPU Usage
    : A graph illustrating CPU usage over the last few months.
  • Recommendation
    : Specific recommendations for improving the Container's performance.
  • Recommendation date
    : The date the recommendation was made.

Containers without Memory limit

To access and view insights for Containers, follow the steps outlined below:
  1. Navigate to the
    Actionable insights
    widget on your dashboard.
  2. Select a tile of interest to view more detailed insights. For example, if you're interested in Containers without memory limit, select the
    Containers without Memory limit
    tile.
  3. Once the Actionable Insights page opens, the selected Container insight will be displayed in the summary section, with the table below refreshed with information regarding the specific container.
This table provides a summary of each Container's current status. Each row of the table represents a specific container, and columns provide different types of information:
  • Container Name
    : The unique name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The specific containers running in the container.
  • Node
    : The node that the Container is running on.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster that the Container is part of.
  • Memory utilization
    : The percentage of utilized memory.
  • Recommendations
    : Suggestions for optimizing the performance of the container.
  • Recommended date
    : The date the recommendation was provided.
For more detailed insights about a particular container, go to the overflow menu on the far right of the table and select
View Details
. A new window will open and present additional details about the container, such as:
  • Container
    : The name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The name of the container(s) running in the container.
  • Namespace
    : The namespace where the Container resides.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster, which is also a link to the cluster.
  • Insight
    : Detailed information about the Container's current status.
  • Memory Usage
    : A graph illustrating Memory usage over the last few months.
  • Recommendation
    : Specific recommendations for improving the Container's performance.
  • Recommendation date
    : The date the recommendation was made.

Containers without Memory request

To access and view insights for Containers, follow the steps outlined below:
  1. Navigate to the
    Actionable insights
    widget on your dashboard.
  2. Select a tile of interest to view more detailed insights. For example, if you're interested in Containers without Memory request, select the
    Containers without Memory request
    tile.
  3. Once the Actionable Insights page opens, the selected Container insight will be displayed in the summary section, with the table below refreshed with information regarding the specific container.
This table provides a summary of each Container's current status. Each row of the table represents a specific container, and columns provide different types of information:
  • Container Name
    : The unique name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The specific containers running in the container.
  • Node
    : The node that the Container is running on.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster that the Container is part of.
  • Memory utilization
    : The percentage of utilized memory.
  • Recommendations
    : Suggestions for optimizing the performance of the container.
  • Recommended date
    : The date the recommendation was provided.
For more detailed insights about a particular container, go to the overflow menu on the far right of the table and select
View Details
. A new window will open and present additional details about the container, such as:
  • Container
    : The name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The name of the container(s) running in the container.
  • Namespace
    : The namespace where the Container resides.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster, which is also a link to the cluster.
  • Insight
    : Detailed information about the Container's current status.
  • Memory Usage
    : A graph illustrating Memory usage over the last few months.
  • Recommendation
    : Specific recommendations for improving the Container's performance.
  • Recommendation date
    : The date the recommendation was made.

Containers without Memory request and limit

To access and view insights for Containers, follow the steps outlined below:
  1. Navigate to the
    Actionable insights
    widget on your dashboard.
  2. Select a tile of interest to view more detailed insights. For example, if you're interested in Containers without Memory request and limit, select the
    Containers without Memory request and limit
    tile.
  3. Once the Actionable Insights page opens, the selected Container insight will be displayed in the summary section, with the table below refreshed with information regarding the specific container.
This table provides a summary of each Container's current status. Each row of the table represents a specific container, and columns provide different types of information:
  • Container Name
    : The unique name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The specific containers running in the container.
  • Node
    : The node that the Container is running on.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster that the Container is part of.
  • Memory utilization
    : The percentage of utilized memory.
  • Recommendations
    : Suggestions for optimizing the performance of the container.
  • Recommended date
    : The date the recommendation was provided.
For more detailed insights about a particular container, go to the overflow menu on the far right of the table and select
View Details
. A new window will open and present additional details about the container, such as:
  • Container
    : The name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The name of the container(s) running in the container.
  • Namespace
    : The namespace where the Container resides.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster, which is also a link to the cluster.
  • Insight
    : Detailed information about the Container's current status.
  • Memory Usage
    : A graph illustrating Memory usage over the last few months.
  • Recommendation
    : Specific recommendations for improving the Container's performance.
  • Recommendation date
    : The date the recommendation was made.

Containers with minimal CPU & Memory utilized

To access and view insights for Containers, follow the steps outlined below:
  1. Navigate to the
    Actionable insights
    widget on your dashboard.
  2. Select a tile of interest to view more detailed insights. For example, if you're interested in Containers with minimal CPU & Memory utilized, select the
    Containers with minimal CPU & Memory utilized
    tile.
  3. Once the Actionable Insights page opens, the selected Container insight will be displayed in the summary section, with the table below refreshed with information regarding the specific container.
This table provides a summary of each Container's current status. Each row of the table represents a specific container, and columns provide different types of information:
  • Container Name
    : The unique name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The specific containers running in the container.
  • Node
    : The node that the Container is running on.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster that the Container is part of.
  • Memory utilization
    : The percentage of utilized memory.
  • Recommendations
    : Suggestions for optimizing the performance of the container.
  • Recommended date
    : The date the recommendation was provided.
For more detailed insights about a particular container, go to the overflow menu on the far right of the table and select
View Details
. A new window will open and present additional details about the container, such as:
  • Container
    : The name of the container.
  • Container(s)
    : The name of the container(s) running in the container.
  • Namespace
    : The namespace where the Container resides.
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster, which is also a link to the cluster.
  • Insight
    : Detailed information about the Container's current status.
  • Memory Usage
    : A graph illustrating Memory usage over the last few months.
  • Recommendation
    : Specific recommendations for improving the Container's performance.
  • Recommendation date
    : The date the recommendation was made.

Insights for clusters running Kubernetes or OpenShift versions

Within the actionable insights widget, you'll find interactive tiles that show the count of clusters nearing the End of Active Support, clusters that have gone beyond the End of Active Support but are still receiving Maintenance Support, and clusters that have exceeded both the End of Active Support and Maintenance Support.
In the cluster list table, you'll notice icons to the left of the Kubernetes or OpenShift version number in the column. When you click these icons, you'll see a tooltip with information about the version status and a link that opens recommendations in the slider panel.
In the recommendations slider panel, you'll find the following:
  • Cluster Name
    : Displayed as the title.
  • Recommendation
    : Based on the current state of your Kubernetes or OpenShift version, with three possible pieces of advice:
    • For clusters nearing the end of Active Support nearing the end of Active Support, you'll see a note that Active Support will end in X days, and Maintenance Support will end in X days. We advise you to consider updating to the latest version.
    • For clusters with maintenance support only, you'll be alerted that Active Support ended X days ago and Maintenance Support will end in X days. Again, it's suggested that you update to the latest version.
    • You'll see a warning for clusters with no support that both Active and Maintenance Support has ended. It's strongly recommended to update to the latest version.
  • Current Version
    : Shows the current version of Kubernetes or OpenShift on your cluster.
  • Latest Version
    : Indicates the most recent version of Kubernetes or OpenShift available for installation.
  • Active Support End
    : Displays the date when the active support for your current version will conclude.
  • Maintenance Support End
    : Specifies the date when the maintenance support for your current version will terminate.
  • Additional Info
    : Provides a link to the changelog for your current Kubernetes or OpenShift version, letting you see the changes made and issues addressed.
  • Recommended Date
    : Presents the date when the given recommendation was generated.

Clusters K8s/OCP versions with support for maintenance only

To access and view insights for Containers, follow the steps outlined below:
  1. Navigate to the
    Actionable insights
    widget on your dashboard.
  2. Select a tile of interest to view more detailed insights. For example, if you're interested in clusters running Kubernetes or OpenShift with only maintenance support, select the
    Clusters K8s/OCP versions with support for maintenance only
    tile.
  3. Once the Actionable Insights page opens, the selected cluster insight will be displayed in the summary section, with the table below refreshed with information regarding the specific cluster.
This table summarizes each cluster's current status; now select the version number of the cluster you are inquiring about. Each row of the table represents a specific cluster, and columns provide different types of information:
  • Cluster Name
    : The unique name of the Cluster.
  • Cluster Type
    : The specific cluster type, whether it is Kubernetes or OpenShift.
  • Version no
    : The number of the cluster version.
  • Active support end date
    : The last day of active support.
  • Maintenance support end date
    : The last day of maintenance support.
  • Recommended date
    : The date the recommendation was provided.
For more detailed insights about a particular cluster, go to the overflow menu on the far right of the table and select
View Details
. A new window will open and present additional details about the cluster, such as:
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster.
  • Current Version
    : The current version of the cluster.
  • Latest version
    : The latest version of the cluster.
  • Active support end
    : The last date of active support.
  • Maintenance support end
    : The last date of maintenance support.
  • Additional info
    : Reference link to the cluster for additional information.
  • Recommendation date
    : The date the recommendation was made.

Clusters K8s/OCP versions nearing end of active support

To access and view insights for Containers, follow the steps outlined below:
  1. Navigate to the
    Actionable insights
    widget on your dashboard.
  2. Select a tile of interest to view more detailed insights. For example, if you're interested in clusters running Kubernetes or OpenShift versions nearing the end of active support, select the
    Clusters K8s/OCP versions nearing end of active support
    tile.
  3. Once the Actionable Insights page opens, the selected cluster insight will be displayed in the summary section, with the table below refreshed with information regarding the specific cluster.
This table summarizes each cluster's current status; now select the version number of the cluster you are inquiring about. Each row of the table represents a specific cluster, and columns provide different types of information:
  • Cluster Name
    : The unique name of the Cluster.
  • Cluster Type
    : The specific cluster type, whether it is Kubernetes or OpenShift.
  • Version no
    : The number of the cluster version.
  • Active support end date
    : The last day of active support.
  • Maintenance support end date
    : The last day of maintenance support.
  • Recommended date
    : The date the recommendation was provided.
For more detailed insights about a particular cluster, go to the overflow menu on the far right of the table and select
View Details
. A new window will open and present additional details about the cluster, such as:
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster.
  • Current Version
    : The current version of the cluster.
  • Latest version
    : The latest version of the cluster.
  • Active support end
    : The last date of active support.
  • Maintenance support end
    : The last date of maintenance support.
  • Additional info
    : Reference link to the cluster for additional information.
  • Recommendation date
    : The date the recommendation was made.

Clusters K8s/OCP versions without support

To access and view insights for Containers, follow the steps outlined below:
  1. Navigate to the
    Actionable insights
    widget on your dashboard.
  2. Select a tile of interest to view more detailed insights. For example, if you're interested in clusters running Kubernetes or OpenShift versions without support, select the
    Clusters K8s/OCP versions without support
    tile.
  3. Once the Actionable Insights page opens, the selected cluster insight will be displayed in the summary section, with the table below refreshed with information regarding the specific cluster.
This table summarizes each cluster's current status; now select the version number of the cluster you are inquiring about. Each row of the table represents a specific cluster, and columns provide different types of information:
  • Cluster Name
    : The unique name of the Cluster.
  • Cluster Type
    : The specific cluster type, whether it is Kubernetes or OpenShift.
  • Version no
    : The number of the cluster version.
  • Active support end date
    : The last day of active support.
  • Maintenance support end date
    : The last day of maintenance support.
  • Recommended date
    : The date the recommendation was provided.
For more detailed insights about a particular cluster, go to the overflow menu on the far right of the table and select
View Details
. A new window will open and present additional details about the cluster, such as:
  • Cluster
    : The name of the cluster.
  • Current Version
    : The current version of the cluster.
  • Latest version
    : The latest version of the cluster.
  • Active support end
    : The last date of active support.
  • Maintenance support end
    : The last date of maintenance support.
  • Additional info
    : Reference link to the cluster for additional information.
  • Recommendation date
    : The date the recommendation was made.
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