Scaling Kubernetes with Splunk and AWS

Presented by

Amit Sharma, Dir. Product Marketing, Splunk | Igor Alekseev, Sr. Partner, Solution Architect, Data & Analytics, AWS

About this talk

According to Gartner, more than 85% of organizations will be running containerized applications in Kubernetes by 2025. The market adoption of containers and Kubernetes has crossed the chasm of early adopters into more mainstream use cases. As you move beyond dev/test to roll out Kubernetes across your organization in production, you’ll find that while Kubernetes provides the agility for development teams, it also introduces operational complexity and monitoring challenges. Join industry experts from Splunk and Amazon Web Services (AWS) as they discuss how to efficiently scale Kubernetes applications with Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) and how to gain observability into your entire Kubernetes environment with Splunk -- no matter where you choose to deploy Kubernetes clusters; on the AWS Cloud or on-premises. Join our live webinar, Scaling Kubernetes with Splunk and AWS, and learn about: - Challenges in operating distributed cloud-native environments such as Kubernetes - Key considerations in choosing Kubernetes platform - on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), serverless deployments using AWS Fargate or on-premises using Amazon EKS Distro (EKS-D) - Real-time monitoring and troubleshooting strategies for Kubernetes deployments - Demo covering monitoring and investigation of real-world performance issues with Splunk

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