Instrumentation Special Interest Group
Covers best practices for cluster observability through metrics, logging, events, and traces across all Kubernetes components and development of relevant components such as klog and kube-state-metrics. Coordinates metric requirements of different SIGs for other components through finding common APIs.
The charter defines the scope and governance of the Instrumentation Special Interest Group.
Joining the mailing list for the group will typically add invites for the following meetings to your calendar.
- Regular SIG Meeting: Thursdays at 9:30 PT (Pacific Time) (biweekly). Convert to your timezone.
- Regular Triage Meeting: Thursdays at 9:30 PT (Pacific Time) (biweekly - alternating with regular meeting). Convert to your timezone.
The Chairs of the SIG run operations and processes governing the SIG.
- Elana Hashman (@ehashman), Apple
- Han Kang (@logicalhan), Google
The Technical Leads of the SIG establish new subprojects, decommission existing subprojects, and resolve cross-subproject technical issues and decisions.
- David Ashpole (@dashpole), Google
- Damien Grisonnet (@dgrisonnet), Red Hat
- Slack: #sig-instrumentation
- Mailing list
- Open Community Issues/PRs
- GitHub Teams:
- @kubernetes/sig-instrumentation-approvers - SIG Top-level Approvers
- @kubernetes/sig-instrumentation-leads - SIG Chairs and Tech Leads
- @kubernetes/sig-instrumentation-members - SIG Membership Roster
- Steering Committee Liaison: Christoph Blecker (@cblecker)
The following working groups are sponsored by sig-instrumentation:
The following subprojects are owned by sig-instrumentation:
Organization of SIG Instrumentation subprojects
- Slack: #klog
- Slack: #kube-state-metrics