To install the AppDynamics Operator, open a command prompt and follow the steps below. If you are not on Kubernetes, see Deploy the AppDynamics Operator on Red Hat OpenShift.
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kubectlis pointing to your Kubernetes cluster. For more details see, Install and Set Up kubectl in the Kubernetes documentation.
Log on as a cluster administrator.
Create a namespace for
appdynamicsin your Kubernetes cluster:
Verify your namespace is created by running:
To install the latest version of the AppDynamics Operator for Kubernetes, run:
The AppDynamics Operator creates a Custom Resource Definition, which extends the Kubernetes APIs to create a new Kubernetes type called
clusteragents. The AppDynamics Operator also creates a
clusterrolebindingfor the namespace.
To verify that the AppDynamics Operator is running, enter:
This output shows that Kubernetes extends the custom resource definitions that you provided. Now you are ready to Build the Cluster Agent Container Image.