792    Asked by GuyRodd in Devops , Asked on Feb 23, 2020
Answered by Guy Rodd

 Besides the advantages of kubernetes cluster for container-orchestration of microservices, there is always a need to monitor the ongoing process and health of running clusters to make sure the services are UP 24/7 and barely facing downtime by end-users.

Hence, monitoring and logging plays a very important role for kubernetes clusters as well as it plays for any other service within devops.

Via monitoring it ensures the service uptime whereas logging ensures that only allowed users have access to the kube cluster.

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