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Monitoring Kubernetes Health: How to Tackle Observability Challenges and Practical Learnings From Major League Baseball


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Sponsored by CIRCONUS

Tuesday, October 6, 2020
1 pm EDT

Once an organization deploys their Kubernetes clusters, there’s the challenge of monitoring their health and performance. Kubernetes abstracts away a lot of complexity to speed deployment but in doing so, it leaves you blind as to what is actually happening, what resources are being utilized, and even the cost implications of the actions being taken. 

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • How to tackle the unique observability challenges of Kubernetes
  • Critical health metrics to collect and analyze
  • Insights from Major League Baseball on their approach to Kubernetes deployment and monitoring and what lessons they have learned to optimize cluster health and performance 
Founder and CTO - Circonus
Theo has been architecting, coding, building, and operating scalable systems for 20 years. As a serial entrepreneur, he has founded four companies and helped grow countless engineering organizations. A widely respected industry thought leader, Theo is the author of “Scalable Internet Architectures” (Sams), a contributor to “Web Operations” (O’Reilly) and “Seeking SRE” (O’Reilly), and a frequent speaker at worldwide IT conferences.
Principal SRE - Major League Baseball
Riley is a Principal SRE at Major League Baseball with over 20 years of experience in building complex systems. He has worked on time series databases, real time streaming data, audio and video recognition systems, and audio/video call logging systems before finding a home at baseball. In his spare time you can find him on the baseball field playing or at the baseball field watching.

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