While Kubernetes can dramatically simplify the task of application deployment in containers, its dynamic nature adds new complexity to monitoring services and applications running in it, as well as, the health of the containers and orchestration infrastructure itself. Elasticsearch and Beats can help, along with Kibana of course.
With the release of Elastic Cloud on Kubernetes, observability just became even easier. Elastic Cloud on Kubernetes (ECK), is a new orchestration product based on the Kubernetes Operator pattern that focus critical operations like managing and monitoring multiple clusters, upgrading to new stack versions, scaling cluster capacity and changing cluster configurations. It also has the capability to dynamically scaling local storage (includes Elastic Local Volume, a local storage driver). In this meetup, we will show you how to do observability with Elastic Cloud on Kubernetes.
Speaker : Sherry Ger is a solutions architect at the Elastic. Prior to becoming a solutions architect, she supported many enterprise customers in the Bay Area scaling out their Elastic deployments. When Sherry is not passionately talking about ingest pipelines, she is teeing off under the Bay Area sun or coaching the Math Olympians.
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