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Use Trackers to monitor Kubernetes objects in your namespace. Add a tracker for each key/value pair you want to monitor in your project’s namespace.

Tracked labels will only track objects in the same namespace as the project name.

Labels let you map and track objects in your system. You can apply multiple labels to the same objects, which gives you the flexibility to organize and manage your deployments.

For example, you could label pods with the release version (like stable or beta) and the environment (like dev or production). This would let you track pods which are in different combinations of environment and release status.

For more information on working with Kubernetes labels, see the official documentation.


  • An NKS account. If you don’t have one already, you can sign up for a free 30-day trial with no credit card required at https://nks.netapp.io.

  • A Project set up and configured on your NKS account.

  • An NKS cluster with Build Version: Classic.

  • To create this cluster, use the New (not Classic) NKS UI.

  • When you build the cluster, choose Classic as the Cluster Build Type in the Provider Configuration step, as shown:

Select Cluster Build "Classic

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