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Monitoring Your AWS EKS Environment with Datadog


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Sponsored by DATADOG

Tuesday, November 10, 2020
3 p.m. EDT

Join Datadog for a webinar on monitoring Kubernetes with a focus on Amazon EKS. You'll learn how to get the most out of Datadog's intuitive platform and EKS's unique capabilities, including:

  • How to monitor metrics, logs and traces from your EKS environment
  • How to test the usability of your environment with features such as adaptive Browser Tests and globally available Real User Monitoring
  • How to find and fix user-facing issues with synthetic monitoring features like adaptive Browser Tests and globally available Real User Monitoring
Ryan MacLean
Tech Evangelist - Datadog

Ryan MacLean brings 20 years of industry experience to this role, recently as a senior operations engineer at Samsung. In his spare time, Ryan enjoys building mechanical keyboards, shooting fashion photography and hiking BC mountains with his dogs.

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