I have a kubernetes cluster on google cloud platform, and on it, I have a jaeger deployment via development setup of jaeger-kubernetes templates
because my purpose is setup
elasticsearch like backend storage, due to this, I follow the jaeger-kubernetes github documentation with the following actions
- I've created the services via production setup options
Here are configured the URLs to access to
elasticsearch server and username and password and ports
kubectl create -f https://raw.githubusercontent.com/jaegertracing/jaeger-kubernetes/master/production-elasticsearch/configmap.yml
And here, there are configured the download of docker images of the elasticsearch service and their volume mounts.
kubectl create -f https://raw.githubusercontent.com/jaegertracing/jaeger-kubernetes/master/production-elasticsearch/elasticsearch.yml
And then, at this moment we have a elasticsearch service running over 9200 and 9300 ports
kubectl get service elasticsearch [a89fbe2] NAME TYPE CLUSTER-IP EXTERNAL-IP PORT(S) AGE elasticsearch ClusterIP None <none> 9200/TCP,9300/TCP 1h
- I've follow with the creation of jaeger components using the
kubernetes-jaegerproduction templates of this way:
λ bgarcial [~] → kubectl create -f https://raw.githubusercontent.com/jaegertracing/jaeger-kubernetes/master/jaeger-production-template.yml deployment.extensions/jaeger-collector created service/jaeger-collector created service/zipkin created deployment.extensions/jaeger-query created service/jaeger-query created daemonset.extensions/jaeger-agent created λ bgarcial [~/workspace/jaeger-elastic] at master ?
According to the Jaeger architecture, the
jaeger-query services require access to backend storage.
And so, these are my services running on my kubernetes cluster:
λ bgarcial [~/workspace/jaeger-elastic] at master ? → kubectl get services [baefdf9] NAME TYPE CLUSTER-IP EXTERNAL-IP PORT(S) AGE elasticsearch ClusterIP None <none> 9200/TCP,9300/TCP 3h jaeger-collector ClusterIP 10.55.253.240 <none> 14267/TCP,14268/TCP,9411/TCP 3h jaeger-query LoadBalancer 10.55.248.243 188.8.131.52 80:30398/TCP 3h kubernetes ClusterIP 10.55.240.1 <none> 443/TCP 3h zipkin ClusterIP 10.55.240.60 <none> 9411/TCP 3h λ bgarcial [~/workspace/jaeger-elastic] at master ?
- I going to
configmap.ymlelastic search file
kubectl edit configmap jaeger-configurationcommand in order to try to edit it in relation to the elasticsearch URLs endpoints (may be? ... At this moment I am supossing that this is the next step ...)
I execute it:
λ bgarcial [~] → kubectl edit configmap jaeger-configuration
And I get the following edit entry:
apiVersion: v1 data: agent: | collector: host-port: "jaeger-collector:14267" collector: | es: server-urls: http://elasticsearch:9200 username: elastic password: changeme collector: zipkin: http-port: 9411 query: | es: server-urls: http://elasticsearch:9200 username: elastic password: changeme span-storage-type: elasticsearch kind: ConfigMap metadata: creationTimestamp: "2018-12-27T13:24:11Z" labels: app: jaeger jaeger-infra: configuration name: jaeger-configuration namespace: default resourceVersion: "1387" selfLink: /api/v1/namespaces/default/configmaps/jaeger-configuration uid: b28eb5f4-09da-11e9-9f1e-42010aa60002
Here ... do I need setup our own URLs to collector and query services, which will be connect wiht elasticsearch backend service?
How to can I setup the elasticsearch IP address or URLs here?
In the jaeger components, the query and collector need access to storage, but I don't know what is the elastic endpoint ...
server-urls: http://elasticsearch:9200 a correct endpoint?
I am starting in the kubernetes and DevOps world, and I appreciate if someone can help me in the concepts and point me in the right address in order to setup jaeger and elasticsearch as a backend storage.