Join us for a Joint Meetup with the St. Louis Kubernetes Meetup
RSVP here: https://www.meetup.com/Saint-Louis-Kubernetes-Meetup/events/blhtvpyxkbhb/
Kubernetes is becoming increasingly popular. While Kubernetes can dramatically simplify the task of application deployment in containers, it also adds new set of complexity for the day-to-day tasks of managing application performance, gaining visibility into services. In the dynamic world of microservices, containers and Kubernetes, traditional monitoring solutions is no longer sufficient to provide needed visibilities to maintain healthy and happy environments and applications. Instead, we need insights from all three pillars of observability: logging, metrics and tracing. In this talk, we will cover:
Three pillars of observability for Kubernetes
Popular solutions for Kubernetes:
Power of auto-discovery
Adam Quan is a Solutions Architect at Elastic, where he works with customers on architecting real-time analytic solutions using the Elastic Stack. Before Elastic, Adam had a 10-year tenure with Oracle in the middleware part of the company. Adam has 20 years of experience in application development, distributed systems, integration, business process automation, cloud services and data analytics.