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Deployment New Relic infrastructure k8s


#1

We have some Kubernetes clusters using CoreOS Container Linux as the OS for the nodes.
Browsing the documentation, we got two pages that are almost what we need.
The article https://docs.newrelic.com/docs/infrastructure/new-relic-infrastructure/data-instrumentation/monitor-containers-underlying-hosts-coreos explain that we have to use a container directly on Docker, but we would lite like to know if you have some kind of documentation describing how to run this container as a Kubernetes Pod, maybe a DaemonSet.
The article https://docs.newrelic.com/docs/integrations/host-integrations/host-integrations-list/kubernetes-monitoring-integration describes Kubernetes integrations so we can monitor our pods. It refers to https://docs.newrelic.com/docs/infrastructure/new-relic-infrastructure/getting-started/compatibility-requirements-new-relic-infrastructure#operating-systems, where CoreOS is not listed as supported.
We would like to know if there is documentation or guidance to help us in this scenario
Best regards,


#2

@gillian.tweedie you should use the instructions in https://docs.newrelic.com/docs/integrations/host-integrations/host-integrations-list/kubernetes-monitoring-integration .

That image includes the agent plus the Kubernetes integration and it will work on CoreOS.