Grafana Dashboard for Kubernetes Deployment

In this article, I will show you how you can create a grafana dashboard for Kubernetes Deployment. I am using Prometheus-operator and it is really good if you want to monitor your Kubernetes cluster. So, let’s get started.

I have installed Prometheus-operator using helm with the official helm chart.

Grafana Dashboard for Kubernetes Deployment

There are 2 metrics that you can use to monitor the pods deployments on Kubernetes using Prometheus.

kube_deployment_spec_replicas The number of desired pods for a deployment. kube-state-metrics
kube_deployment_status_replicas The number of replicas per deployment. kube-state-metrics

So let’s create this graph in Grafana.

Grafana Dashboard for Kubernetes Deployment


Create a new Dashboard and create 2 variable namespace and deployment. We are creating this variable so we can filter the pods easily.

  1. Create a variable called namespace and add the following query.

label_values(kube_deployment_status_replicas_available, namespace)

Grafana Dashboard for Kubernetes Deployment

2. Create another variable called deployment.

label_values(kube_deployment_status_replicas_available, deployment)

Grafana Dashboard for Kubernetes Deployment

Select visualization as Single stat.

Grafana Dashboard Visualization

After selecting the Visualization and add the following query and name it as Desired.


Dashboard for Kubernetes

Similarly, create another graph with the following queries.





Metadata Generation


Dashboard for Kubernetes Deployment

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