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Observability and Resilience in Microservices-based Environments

Kubernetes has made it easier to manage and scale microservices. However, keeping track of so many moving parts is challenging for Dev & Ops teams, and just trying to figure out what changes were made and by whom can often become mission impossible. In such cases, rapid troubleshooting is key to improving the development process.

This webinar covers the following topics, using real-life examples:
*How to use distributed tracing to build intuition about your architecture for development, troubleshooting, and monitoring.
*The importance of correlating metrics, events, logs & traces to understand system-wide changes and their effect on other microservices.
*How to create alerts for anomalies detected in a k8s-based environment.
Recorded Aug 18 2021 49 mins
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Itiel Schwartz (CTO, Komodor) & Chinmay Gaikwad (Tech Evangelist, Epsagon)
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  • Observability and Resilience in Microservices-based Environments Recorded: Aug 18 2021 49 mins
    Itiel Schwartz (CTO, Komodor) & Chinmay Gaikwad (Tech Evangelist, Epsagon)
    Kubernetes has made it easier to manage and scale microservices. However, keeping track of so many moving parts is challenging for Dev & Ops teams, and just trying to figure out what changes were made and by whom can often become mission impossible. In such cases, rapid troubleshooting is key to improving the development process.

    This webinar covers the following topics, using real-life examples:
    *How to use distributed tracing to build intuition about your architecture for development, troubleshooting, and monitoring.
    *The importance of correlating metrics, events, logs & traces to understand system-wide changes and their effect on other microservices.
    *How to create alerts for anomalies detected in a k8s-based environment.
The Kubernetes-Native Troubleshooting Solution
Komodor is a Kubernetes-native platform that empowers developers and on-call teams to troubleshoot efficiently and independently.

By providing a centralized view of all code, configurations, and 3rd-party app changes across the entire k8s stack, Komodor offers contextual insights that help developers easily detect root causes, rapidly solve issues, and innovate with confidence.

For more information, visit us at https://komodor.com/ or follow us on twitter at @Komodor_com.

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