Epsagon

2017
San Francisco, CA, USA
Apr 6, 2020   |  By Ran Ribenzaft
In this article, we’ll help you understand the key metrics and components to monitor in a Kubernetes environment as well as explain two open-source solutions to effectively monitor your Kubernetes cluster: Prometheus and Grafana. Kubernetes is an open-source container management platform that helps you run containers at scale.
Mar 23, 2020   |  By Ran Ribenzaft
In this post, we talk about two of the most popular open-source monitoring solutions available today: Prometheus and Grafana. Monitoring is a crucial feature for any successful company in a disputed market. It allows companies to understand application and user behavior quickly, identify bugs, and scale an application due to usage as needed.
Mar 16, 2020   |  By Ran Ribenzaft
The Elastic Container Service (ECS) on AWS is a highly scalable container orchestration service. The service will help you package applications with dependencies for developers and break down a monolithic architecture into microservices, allowing you to completely transform your web application architecture. ECS helps ease the learning curve that ships with other container orchestration services.
Feb 26, 2020   |  By Ran Ribenzaft
This article will discuss a few of the frameworks mentioned above and will go deep into OpenFaaS and Knative to present their architecture, main components, and basic installation steps. If you are interested in this topic and plan to develop serverless applications using open-source platforms, this article will give you a better understanding of these solutions.
Feb 18, 2020   |  By Ran Ribenzaft
This is the second article out of three investigating what AWS CloudWatch can offer us, this time focusing on alarms and alerts. AWS CloudWatch can monitor metrics and generate alarms when they cross a certain threshold. Additionally, CloudWatch can take various actions when this occurs, such as alerting humans through email, SMS, or Slack messages.
Apr 8, 2019   |  By Epsagon
Serverless applications are complex, distributed architectures of functions and API calls, encapsulated within ephemeral containers. Without careful development and extensive testing, performance issues can degrade the user experience and rack up costs. And yet, end-to-end real-time observability is key to monitoring and troubleshooting application performance, and it is not easy to achieve this in a serverless environment.
Apr 5, 2020   |  By Epsagon
As modern and distributed applications take a more prominent role in any stack, companies face challenges in understanding their complexity both for security and monitoring purposes. This webinar reviews the best practices in securing, auditing, monitoring, and troubleshooting the AWS serverless ecosystem.
Mar 25, 2020   |  By Epsagon
AWS, Epsagon, and Alcide experts go over the necessary steps to monitor and protect your EKS deployments. Automating monitoring and security checks throughout the development life cycle can help reduce risk and allow organizations to develop and deploy in a troubleshooting-free and secure manner.
Feb 27, 2020   |  By Epsagon
Ran Ribenzaft, co-founder of and CTO at Epsagon, will discuss several approaches to observability for modern applications built from microservices. Since existing tracing solutions are proving inadequate for debugging microservices, many IT leaders are looking to distributed tracing for fixing microservice problems in cloud environments. Epsagon’s CTO will lead an analysis of a customer journey leveraging microservices and observability to solve biz-critical technical and business problems.
Feb 1, 2020   |  By Epsagon
Managed services have become a main part of modern cloud applications. Utilizing existing services via APIs provides developers with great flexibility and velocity. However, the significant reliance on these services, which you have no control over, puts your application’s performance and costs in danger.
Feb 1, 2020   |  By Epsagon
Observability of serverless, distributed systems is complex since each service is separated and from the others. Distributed tracing is key to understanding such systems. In serverless, there are unique challenges and opportunities which make distributed tracing powerful for gaining observability.