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In a World of Containers, One Size Monitoring Does Not Fit All

Application performance monitoring used to occur in splendid isolation – app support teams monitoring monolithic production systems. As such, heavy instrumentation and lengthy configurations was an acceptable price to pay for ensuring availability across applications that rarely changed. But now cross-functional DevOps teams require flexibility and faster time-to-value, with monitoring flexing to support a variety of deployment models and use-cases.

Watch this on-demand webcast where we explore the modern monitoring methods needed to support a variety of container projects and deployment patterns – from small development projects to more complex container and orchestration platforms.
Recorded Apr 19 2018 27 mins
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