5 Steps to Kubernetes Observability (EMEA)
Run Kubernetes more efficiently than ever
With the rise of Kubernetes, engineers and operators need better visibility to understand and explore the performance of their cloud native applications and infrastructure. To efficiently build and run modern software, you need visibility — especially when applications are running inside Kubernetes clusters.
This webinar will show you how to get observability into your Kubernetes environment with the help of New Relic. You'll learn how to set up and use the New Relic Kubernetes cluster explorer as well as best practices for monitoring containers, clusters and the applications that run in them.
Watch the webinar to learn best practices for:
Viewing application metrics deployed on a Kubernetes cluster
Monitoring Kubernetes events
Adding logs for deeper visibility
Tracing your application's components
Integrating Prometheus endpoints for unified visibility.
Principal Technical Evangelist, New Relic
Stijn joined New Relic as Principal Technical Evangelist in October 2018, when New Relic acquired container and microservices management company CoScale, which he co-founded and led as CEO. Stijn holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Ghent University in Belgium. His interests focus on new cloud technologies like Docker, Kubernetes, Prometheus, and their performance-related aspects.
Online Workshop: Maximising Observability with New Relic Logs
20 January, 2022
10 am - 11:30 am GMT
Go Further with Improving Performance, Reliability and Scale (EMEA)
27 January 2022
10am GMT / 11am CET
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February 2, 2022
3pm AEDT / 12pm SGT / 9.30am IST
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