Why Everything You Knew about Monitoring is Wrong in the Cloud-Native World

Presented by

Daniella Pontes, Senior Manager of Product Marketing at InfluxData, Jason Bloomberg, President of Intellyx

About this talk

Kubernetes is more than a container orchestration platform. It’s a harbinger of a new paradigm for IT we’re calling cloud-native computing. The cloud-native world recognizes that containers and microservices are inherently ephemeral, and that the massive scalability and performance we expect from applications and services depends upon that ephemerality. Monitoring such radically dynamic environments is nothing like IT monitoring used to be. Statelessness, real-time behavior, and abstractions that drive configurations, security, and integration are core to cloud-native computing. These all require a fundamentally different approach to monitoring in order to provide the visibility and control that organizations require to keep this new infrastructure paradigm working at full bore. Join Daniella Pontes, Senior Manager of Product Marketing at InfluxData and Jason Bloomberg, president of industry analyst firm Intellyx, for a provocative discussion of the new cloud-native computing paradigm and the monitoring challenges organizations face. Attendees of this webinar will: -Gain a broad understanding of what it means to be cloud-native -Understand the particular monitoring challenges cloud-native infrastructures present -Learn how InfluxData’s cloud-native TICK Stack centered on its InfluxDB purpose-built time-series database was built from the ground up to resolve the monitoring challenges organizations face as they move to cloud-native infrastructure.

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