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Oct 17, 2019 | By Bruno Amaro
Over the past few years, cloud computing has passed through its hype and early-adopter phases. Now we are hitting the peak of migration from on-premise to cloud-based infrastructure. Consequently, this transition and the advent of cloud computing has dramatically changed the way we think about security. Namely, the security paradigm has shifted towards a Zero Trust Security Model.
Oct 4, 2019 | By Daniel Berman
With over 58K stars on GitHub and over 2,200 contributors across the globe, Kubernetes is the de facto standard for container orchestration. While solving some of the key challenges involved in running distributed microservices, it has also introduced some new ones. Not surprisingly, when asked, engineers list monitoring as one of the main obstacles for adopting Kubernetes. After all, monitoring distributed environments has never been easy and Kubernetes adds additional complexity.
Oct 3, 2019 | By Evan Klein
We’ve all experienced it – executives with unrealistic expectations who vastly underestimate the amount of time our work can take. Most of us assume that to be the exception and not the norm. But when it comes to monitoring and troubleshooting, that seems to be the all too commonplace.
Oct 2, 2019 | By Daniel Berman
ELK and Kubernetes are used in the same sentence usually in the context of describing a monitoring stack. ELK integrates natively with Kubernetes and is a popular open-source solution for collecting, storing and analyzing Kubernetes telemetry data. However, ELK and Kubernetes are increasingly being used in another context — that of a method for deploying and managing the former.
Sep 26, 2019 | By Evan Klein
Kubernetes is THE buzzword these days. Almost every IT organization is currently using it or is in the process of implementing it as part of their infrastructure. The transition to Kubernetes is complicated, whether a company is using an on-premises, cloud, hybrid, or managed solution, and it usually involves other changes in the codebase, such as shifting to a microservices architecture. While the implementation phase is led by the DevOps team, it requires the participation of the whole R&D group.
Aug 29, 2019 | By logz.io
In this webinar, we will be exploring container orchestration, reviewing some tools commonly used to monitor containerized environments, and providing some best practices for logging containers and container orchestration platforms like Kubernetes using the ELK stack and Logz.io. We’ll also dive into some real-life examples.