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Herding Metrics in Cloud Native Environments


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Sponsored by RED HAT marketplace

Wednesday, June 23, 2021
1 p.m. ET
Using OpenShift, it’s relatively easy to run applications in production. The problem is, once our applications are running in production, we need to understand how applications behave in real life. The good news is, the information we need already exists. Every component in our environment is natively exposing metrics - whether it's with open standards like JMX, Micrometer, Statsd, or Prometheus - or whether they are directly discovered by a monitoring tool. The challenge is on how to work with these many metrics, especially in large-scale environments. Even before Instana became an IBM company, Instana was optimized to work with Red Hat’s OpenShift Container Platform. Instana is available on OperatorHub and Red Hat Marketplace, packaged as an Operator for OpenShift that we whimsically call the Instana OpenShift Kubernetes Operator.
In this webinar, we will start off with a review of the Instana OpenShift Operator and then talk about Instana’s new metric capabilities that leverage large amounts of metrics to gain insights and eliminate blind spots in your OpenShift environment.
This webinar will leave the audience with three main takeaways:
  • What the Instana OpenShift Operator is
  • Leverage Instana’s metric capabilities to have better insights into the performance of applications
  • Services deployed on OpenShift.
Trung Nguyen
Principal Software Engineer - Instana an IBM Company
Trung Nguyen is a principal software engineer at Instana, an IBM company. Trung and his team build and operate the metric datastore that powers Instana metric products. Before joining Instana he worked at Amazon Web Services, Workday and later ran his own company called BeeInstant. BeeInstant provided metric monitoring service to modern internet-based companies.

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