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Real-Time Container Monitoring Best Practices


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To accelerate delivery and scale of applications in today’s rapid-paced market, organizations have migrated their workloads to containers by using technologies like Amazon ECS, EKS, and Fargate. 

As technology stacks scale and container orchestration becomes more complex, organizations can now take advantage of a wide range of tools, services, platforms, and technologies to manage their growing infrastructure. 

In this session, experts from Datadog and AWS will explore the top trends in container use and share how you can obtain full-stack visibility into containerized environments. 

During this event, you’ll learn about: 

  • Some top trends in real-world container use based on Datadog’s annual Container Report
  • About Containers on AWS, and how users operate on ECS, EKS and various managed services
  • How the shift to serverless environments is changing the landscape
  • How Datadog’s new tools and features, which can provide full visibility into your containerized environments
Daniel Maher
Developer Advocate - Datadog
Dan is a veteran of the original dotcom bubble and has since worked in a variety of environments from start-ups to global corporations, including stints as a founder, university lecturer and a day labourer. Today, Dan is a member of the Devopsdays global team and a technical evangelist at Datadog.
Igor Alekseev
Data & Analytics Partner SA - AWS

Igor Alekseev is a Senior Partner Solution Architect at AWS in the Data and Analytics domain. In his role, Igor works with strategic partners to help them build complex, AWS-optimized architectures. Prior to joining AWS as a data/solution architect, he implemented many projects in the big data domain, including several data lakes in the Hadoop ecosystem. As a data engineer he was involved in applying AI/ML to fraud detection and office automation. Igor's projects span a variety of industries including communications, finance, public safety, manufacturing and healthcare. Previously, Igor worked as full-stack software engineer/tech lead.

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