I recently installed Kubecost on my cluster to monitor my applications and track resource consumption for potential savings but I have no way of accessing the dashboard as of right now. How can I either setup a url to view the dashboard or forward the kubecost application to a port I can view locally?
@mattmcguiness , here is what you can do to expose Kubecost ( deployed via Helm) from outside with Qovery.
Fork this repo:
GitHub - evoxmusic/kubecost-gateway: NGINX Gateway for Kubecost Create the app with this repo. Add the port 80 and expose it publicly.
Add an environment variable
KUBECOST_COST_ANALYZER_HOST_AND_PORT with the value
Redeploy your app.
You should be able to access your Kubecost instance via the Kubecost gateway.
Note: this is a workaround, we are working on something more official
I hope it helps.
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Which is easier to deploy and manage your Kubecost for instance.
Happy to have your feedback