Komodor

Tel Aviv, Israel
2020
  |  By Erez Rabih
Kubernetes has several components that produce logs and events containing information on everything that has happened in a Kubernetes cluster. Keeping track of all this data becomes extremely challenging when you run Kubernetes at a very large scale. With so many components generating logs, organizations need a centralized place to see it all. But this is only half your problem. You also need to correlate logs coming from different components to draw the right conclusions and take effective actions.
  |  By Guy Menachem
Kubernetes is now much past a hyped-up buzzword and has become nearly the de facto platform for microservices, enabling the flexibility and scalability modern engineering organizations require. It’s no surprise then that many organizations still running on legacy platforms are exploring how to migrate to cloud-native platforms like Kubernetes.
  |  By Erez Rabih
Kubernetes continues to play a pivotal role in orchestrating containerized applications with its cloud-native capabilities. Of course, capabilities like flexibility and scalability mean organizations must be extra vigilant, especially when it comes to maintaining the health and efficiency of Kubernetes clusters.
  |  By Amit Bar Oz, Product Manager
Kubernetes is the linchpin for orchestrating containerized applications. However, with great power comes great complexity. As seasoned professionals in the tech sphere, we understand that the true challenge lies not in deploying Kubernetes clusters, but in ensuring their continuous reliability and efficiency at scale. This is where Komodor steps in, redefining the landscape of Kubernetes management with our latest suite of reliability management capabilities.
  |  By Udi Hofesh, Head of Kommunity
Komodor’s own Marino Wijay and other community members share insights from KubeCon EU 2024, exploring the latest developments in cloud-native technology and their experiences. Marino and the team will be having discussions on emerging trends, innovative solutions, and more in this engaging session.
  |  By Itiel Shwartz, CTO & co-founder
A few years ago, lift and shift to the cloud was all the rage––with the companies building those solutions being snatched up at exorbitant selling prices to the biggest cloud vendors. Nearly a decade, and multiple failed lift and shift migration stories later, we have now learned the hard way that slow and steady wins the race.
  |  By Itiel Shwartz, CTO & co-founder
History has a tendency to repeat itself. This is because bad habits and anti-patterns are hard to break. And this remains the case with the latest sought-after engineering unicorn––the “Kubernetes expert”. These days, there is a veritable gold rush to hire the best and brightest Kubernetes wizards. Like all forms of expertise––this gold is rare, and as a result––is also costly. But this isn’t a new phenomenon in the technology world.
  |  By Itiel Shwartz, CTO & co-founder
This year’s KubeCon was a whirlwind of insights and innovations. It’s always exhilarating to see how far we’ve come and where Kubernetes is taking us next. So, let’s unpack the top trends that are setting the stage for the next wave of developments in the Kubernetes ecosystem.
  |  By Erez Rabih
Financial institutions face unprecedented challenges in today’s rapidly evolving technological landscape. The demand for agile, scalable, and resilient systems is at an all-time high, driven by a diverse and dynamic customer base that expects real-time, reliable services. This is where Kubernetes, a leading open-source container orchestration platform, emerges as a pivotal solution. Kubernetes has revolutionized software development and deployment.
  |  By Guy Menachem
AI has had a massive impact on every part of our lives, but mainly on how we consume large data sets easily. The observability world is based on collecting enormous amounts of data and consuming it by observing dashboards built on monitoring tools. Most of the o11y tasks like writing complex queries, creating dashboards & defining alerts, have been done much in the same way for the last decade & AI models are well-positioned to disrupt this modus operandi.
  |  By Komodor
In 2024 everyone already knows that deploying and managing a single vanilla cluster is pretty easy, but past a certain scale, things become messy and very unmanageable. Join Komodor's own Marino Wijay for an exclusive LIVE workshop focused on enhancing Kubernetes Reliability. In this session, we'll explore the tools and cultural shifts required for a successful implementation of Kubernetes, that actually delivers on its promised value!
  |  By Komodor
Maintaining a few K8s clusters is hard enough. Maintaining 1000+ clusters is virtually impossible without embracing new tooling and paradigm shifts. Join us for an insightful LIVE workshop exploring the possibilities of Kubernetes Fleet Management with Komodor, lead by Itiel Shwartz* In this session, we will dive into the challenges of multi-cluster management and how Komodor's comprehensive platform simplifies operations. Discover how to gain real-time visibility into your clusters, automate routine tasks, and troubleshoot issues across your entire fleet efficiently.
  |  By Komodor
Chris is an IBM Distinguished Engineer and CTO for Instana, leading the technical strategy and development of Observability and IT Automation solutions at IBM. He is a recognized technology leader across programming languages, runtimes, platforms, observability, and automated IT operations. He has pioneered projects that fundamentally enhanced open-source communities and cloud-native platforms.
  |  By Komodor
A short product video explaining Komodor's continuous reliability and troubleshooting capabilities for Kubernetes.
  |  By Komodor
Ben Sigelman is the General Manager of ServiceNow Cloud Observability, which solves for the reliability and performance of cloud and cloud-native applications while broadening the scope and leverage of the broader Now Platform. Previously, he co-founded and was CEO of Lightstep, which ServiceNow acquired in 2021, and co-created both the OpenTracing and OpenTelemetry projects. Ben also helped define modern observability with his work on tracing and metrics monitoring at Google (the Monarch and Dapper projects) and was a pioneer in SRE best practices and tooling.
  |  By Komodor
BJ Badyk is a human who desires an easier life. Nerd from birth, his curiosity led him down a path through the start of ISPs, Silicon Valley during the dot-com bubble, the last few years of the Playboy brand, and into the world of Adtech. He currently runs the platform engineering team at Nexxen, where they work on unique ways of handling millions of requests per second with Kubernetes. The team was an early adopter of Talos Linux, which they now run at scale. He presented at TalosCon 2023 and continues to pursue simple solutions to complex problems.
  |  By Komodor
Ashan Senevirathne is an experienced Product Owner and Senior DevOps Engineer with a proven track record in driving innovation and efficiency in telecommunications. Currently with Swisscom, leading the development of a cloud-native orchestration framework for 5G Core using Kubernetes. Adept at optimizing release engineering processes, championing CI/CD workflows, and fostering cross-functional collaboration. Recognized for his expertise in Kubernetes, GitOps, cloud-native principles, and network orchestration.
  |  By Komodor
A long-time open-source programmer and entrepreneur, Gabriele has a degree in Statistics from the University of Florence. After having consistently contributed to the growth of 2ndQuadrant and its members through nurturing a lean and DevOps culture, he is now leading the Cloud Native initiative at EDB.
  |  By Komodor
The Handbook for Kubernetes Errors is an essential guide to understanding and resolving all of the most common Kubernetes issues, including: and many more.

Komodor tracks changes across your entire K8s stack analyzes their ripple effect and provides you with the context you need to troubleshoot efficiently and independently.

Today’s microservices systems are complex, distributed and they are constantly changing. Keeping track of so many moving parts in so many places often seems nearly impossible! Komodor is the missing piece in your DevOps toolchain – offering one unified platform from which you can gain a deep understanding of all of your system events, changes and their effect.

Turning troubleshooting chaos into clarity:

  • Empower on-call teams: Make the knowledge and expertise that has traditionally been held by only a few, clear and visible to Dev and SRE teams.
  • Understand your Kubernetes: Gain the K8s visibility you are lacking. See your deployments on a timeline with the relevant information: what changed, what code was pushed and by whom.
  • Track your system end-to-end: View data from your Git, config, infra, alerting and other tools, in one centralized and easy-to-understand display.
  • Uncovering the context: Troubleshoot your microservices based on the most relevant context, connections and dependencies.

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