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Kubernetes: What to Monitor and When


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Sponsored by fairwinds

September 15, 2020
3 pm ET
Monitoring has always been challenging, and the problem is magnified in a dynamic, ever-changing Kubernetes environment.

Monitoring can struggle to keep up and updates are seldom made as workloads change. Unfortunately when a team finally recognizes its need for application/system monitoring, it’s too overwhelmed trying to keep infrastructure and applications “up” to have the capacity to look out for issues. 

What you’ll learn:

  • Kubernetes monitoring challenges
  • What to monitor
  • How to monitor cluster workloads
  • What tools you can use to help including open source tools
VP of Product - Fairwinds
Joe heads up product and strategy at Fairwinds. He is passionate about building great teams and solutions that bridge the gap between developers, security, and operations.
Site Reliability Engineer - Fairwinds
Ivan is a Site Reliability Engineer who has spent the past twenty years coaxing technology to help humans and their businesses succeed. Ivan is currently focused on the journey to containers and Kubernetes, with an emphasis on reliable process and infrastructure.
Director of Open Source - Fairwinds
Robert drives software initiatives at Fairwinds with a heavy focus on open source. He helps companies adopt and maintain Kubernetes clusters in a secure, scalable, and user-friendly way.

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