Monitoring and optimizing AWS container-based environments (ECS/EKS)

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AWS - Sadhu Siva, Granulate - Noam Salinger, Epsagon - Chinmay Gaikwad

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Microservices and containers have been paramount to building highly distributed and scalable applications. Amazon ECS and EKS have been playing a critical role in shaping the adoption of these modern environments. However, these complex architectures also present new challenges, especially for DevOps and Engineering teams - in terms of efficient utilization of resources as well as troubleshooting errors. Join AWS, Epsagon, and Granulate in a discussion on managing compute in containerized environments, understanding these high-scale environments using observability, and creating the right cost and performance optimization strategies. On the agenda: - An overview of EKS/ECS workloads - Overcoming containerized environments complexities via Observability - Leveraging autonomous, continuous optimization to improve performance and reduce costs for containerized workloads.

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