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How to Gain Visibility into Containers, VM’s and Multi-Cloud Environments Using Telegraf, InfluxDB and Mist


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Sponsored by influxdata

Wednesday, March 17, 2021
3 p.m. ET
Mist.io are the creators of Mist, the open source multi-cloud management platform. Their solution helps clients manage the complexities of using a mix of public and private clouds, hypervisors, containers and bare metals. Mist streamlines its customers’ operations and optimizes costs by improving DevOps practices. Discover how Mist achieves that by building on top of Telegraf and InfluxDB.

Join this webinar as Chris Psaltis and Dimitris Moraitis dive into:

  • Mist’s approach to improving visibility across environments
  • How a time series database is used to monitor infrastructures
  • Mist’s ability to automate processes and reduce infrastructure costs
Chris Psaltis
CEO and Co-Founder - Mist.io
The engineer who decided to become a researcher. He soon moved to software development and started his own companies. He is always curious about how things work.

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