Weave Scope - Troubleshooting & Monitoring for Docker & Kubernetes
Weave Scope automatically generates a map of your application, enabling you to intuitively understand, monitor, and control your containerized, microservices-based application.
Understand your Docker containers in real time
Choose an overview of your container infrastructure, or focus on a specific microservice. Easily identify and correct issues to ensure the stability and performance of your containerized applications.
Contextual details and deep linking
View contextual metrics, tags, and metadata for your containers. Effortlessly navigate between processes inside your container to hosts your containers run on, arranged in expandable, sortable tables. Easily find the container using the most CPU or memory for a given host or service.
Interact with and manage containers
Interact with your containers directly: pause, restart, and stop containers. Launch a command line. All without leaving the scope browser window.
Extend and customize via plugins
Add custom details or interactions for your hosts, containers, and/or processes by creating Scope plugins. Or, just choose from some that others have already written at the GitHub Weaveworks Scope Plugins organization.
Who is using Scope in production
If you would like to see your name added, let us know on Slack, or send a PR please.
Ensure your computer is behind a firewall that blocks port 4040 then,
sudo curl -L git.io/scope -o /usr/local/bin/scope sudo chmod a+x /usr/local/bin/scope scope launch
This script downloads and runs a recent Scope image from Docker Hub. Now, open your web browser to http://localhost:4040.
We are a very friendly community and love questions, help and feedback.
If you have any questions, feedback, or problems with Scope:
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Your feedback is always welcome!
Package v1alpha2 is a generated protocol buffer package.
|Package v1alpha2 is a generated protocol buffer package.|
Copy a report, decoding and re-encoding it.
|Copy a report, decoding and re-encoding it.|
Publish a fixed report.
|Publish a fixed report.|
Package procspy lists TCP connections, and optionally tries to find the owning processes.
|Package procspy lists TCP connections, and optionally tries to find the owning processes.|