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Observing Container and Kubernetes Workloads Across AWS With Datadog


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Sponsored by DATADOG

Wednesday, March 3, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Modern cloud computing infrastructure is dynamic with many ways to run and orchestrate your applications. Some of these applications run on a virtual machine such as EC2 while others run in a container runtime such as Fargate. Datadog enables you to maintain or migrate those workloads between services without a disruption and even compare their performance across those services in a unified interface.

Join us on Wednesday, March 3rd to learn more about how Datadog can gather and correlate information about your containers no matter how they are run on AWS. In this webinar you will:

  • Learn the differences between orchestration systems and container runtimes
  • See how Datadog can bring various deployment types on AWS together into one view, while also maintaining the ability to view them separately
  • New ways to view the health of your Kubernetes deployments in AWS

Aaron Kalin
Technical Evangelist - Datadog

Technical Evangelist - DatadogTechnical Evangelist - Datadog

Yaniv Bossem
Partner Solutions Architect, DevOps - Amazon Web Services
Partner Solutions Architect, DevOps - Amazon Web Services

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