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Virtual Workshop: 2 July, 9 am - 12 pm BST / 10 am - 1 pm CEST

Kubernetes Observability Training

Monitor and manage your Kubernetes environment

In this technical virtual workshop, you will learn about the five important observability layers for Kubernetes, including best practices for each observability layer, and how these connect with the New Relic Kubernetes Cluster Explorer.

New Relic Kubernetes experts will provide attendees with the opportunity to get hands-on with a live Kubernetes environment, work with the Kubernetes Cluster Explorer, and use its troubleshooting techniques and powerful filtering and searching capabilities. In addition, you will experience the power of connecting all of your data and services including logs, distributed tracing, APM, events and Prometheus metrics.

At the end of the workshop, you will have learned best practices to operate and troubleshoot your Kubernetes environments with confidence.

To attend this session, you will need: 

  • A New Relic account (Free trial sign up here)
  • Infrastructure Pro subscription (add onto an existing or trial account using Account Settings > Subscriptions > Infrastructure Pro - Deploy - Start 30 day free trial)
  • Instruqt account (Sign up here)
  • A laptop and a strong internet connection.

Please note, this is a live session only - it will not be recorded.

     Agenda

08:45 Registration

09:00 Introduction to New Relic - Topics covered will deep dive into:-

  • Kubernetes observability with New Relic
    Overall Kubernetes health and capacity management
    Understanding dynamic cluster behaviour
    Troubleshooting your microservices
    Log correlation
    Getting complete service observability

  • Bringing your data together with New Relic dashboards
    Introduction to New Relic dashboards
    New Relic Query Language - syntax and event types
    Chart builder and basic queries
    Advanced mode and more advanced queries
    Building a MELT dashboard

  • Wrap up, conclusions, and live chat with Q&A.

Register now