How to Monitor Microservices: Openshift and Docker - OpenShift Commons Briefing #45
July 30, 2016 | by
In this Video
In this short demo-driven meetup, we’ll help you get a handle on what’s changing and how it will impact your DevOps practice.
This briefing, lead by Knox Anderson from Sysdig, covered:
– What are the operational limitations of containers in production? – How do you get visibility inside containers without super-human effort? – How do you look into Openshift performance, and not just container performance? – A live install of Sysdig Cloud on a running environment.
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