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Monitor Your Migration to GCP with Datadog


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Sponsored by DATADOG

Tuesday, April 6, 2021
3 p.m. ET

Today, Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is one of the premier tech ecosystems available, offering a huge variety of services to address every conceivable need—including containers, data storage, IoT, and more. By transitioning (in part or whole) to GCP, reducing friction and operational overhead, companies can facilitate development and deployment to focus on reliably delivering value to customers.

In this webinar, we'll discuss the ins-and-outs of a cloud migration, highlight some common pitfalls, and some deployment scenarios. You'll also learn how Datadog can help you plan, execute, monitor, and troubleshoot your cloud migration—regardless of complexity.

Join Datadog and GCP to hear more about:

  • Different deployment scenarios with GCP and how Datadog helps you monitor all of them on one unified platform
  • Datadog’s enhanced observability for Kubernetes and how you can gain better insight into your GKE environment
  • How a unified observability platform enables you to migrate or deploy across multiple platforms with confidence
Richard Seroter
Director of Outbound Product Management - Google Cloud
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Aaron Kalin
Technical Evangelist - Datadog

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