Outlyer

Sep 3, 2018
2013
San Francisco, CA, USA
Jan 25, 2019   |  By Colin Hemmings
How often do you find yourself investigating an issue, when you notice a spike on the graph, an outlier (excuse the pun)? Which Host is that? Which region and cluster? One of our core principles behind Outlyer is reducing that mean-time-to-resolution (MTTR). To achieve a resolution, you first need to locate the source of the problem.
Jan 4, 2019   |  By David Gildeh
For those of you using the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service, IBM’s managed Kubernetes offering, you’ll be happy to hear, Outlyer, with its best in class Kubernetes monitoring, has you covered! Outlyer is now on IBM’s Cloud Marketplace and we’ve extended our agent to support IBM Cloud instance metadata so you can see all the details about your nodes in our status views.
Dec 3, 2018   |  By David Gildeh
OverOps hosted our last DOXSFO Meetup for 2018, and boy did they treat us! Instead of the usual beer and pizza we were treated to a full Chinese buffet which has definitely set the bar going forwards!
Nov 17, 2018   |  By Jorge Acetozi
As everyone starts moving into deploying their services on Kubernetes, a lot of our new users ask us how we compare to Prometheus. For those of you who aren’t familiar with what Prometheus is, Prometheus is an open source pull-based monitoring tool that scrapes HTTP endpoints that expose dimensional time series data collected from hosts, services and applications. Since it was designed for dynamic environments and microservices, it became the official open source choice for Kubernetes monitoring.
Nov 12, 2018   |  By Colin Hemmings
At Outlyer we are continually working hard to improve the product. The objective is not to build a great monitoring tool, but to help you all get things done; Making users lives better. A great product is one which solves a problem and is intuitive to use. We made our first step towards this with V2, and now we are looking to take it even further. We are focusing a lot of effort on improving the end user experience of Outlyer.
Sep 3, 2018   |  By Outlyer
Setting up and configuring a containerized environment for deploying software is only half the battle. To ensure that your containers perform well, remain highly available, and give you a return on the investment of time and money you put into setting them up, you will need Docker monitoring.
Sep 3, 2018   |  By Outlyer
Setting up and configuring a containerized environment for deploying software is only half the battle. To ensure that your containers perform well, remain highly available, and give you a return on the investment of time and money you put into setting them up, you will need Docker monitoring.
Dec 4, 2018   |  By Outlyer
Spinnaker is an open source, multi-cloud continuous delivery platform for releasing software changes with high velocity and confidence. Get a walkthrough on how to get Spinnaker working inside of your EKS Cluster. By the end of the walkthrough, you’ll have an end-to-end pipeline deploying a Helm chart to your EKS cluster using Spinnaker.
Dec 4, 2018   |  By Outlyer
In his presentation, Tal explains how to brings together automated code quality gates and contextual feedback loops within a CI/CD workflow to help organizations overcome the agility/stability paradox. CR can mean the difference between hoping your code might work in production, and actually knowing it will. He will define CR for attendees and demonstrate how they can implement this practice within the context of their organization’s own transformation."
Nov 5, 2018   |  By Outlyer
This talk discuses DevOps at Amplitude: the lessons we learned building a healthy DevOps culture, the role of the DevOps team, the tools that we lean on, and the challenges ahead.
Nov 5, 2018   |  By Outlyer
Distributed databases can make so many things easier for a developer, but not always for DevOps. Kubernetes has come to the rescue with an easy application orchestration!
Nov 5, 2018   |  By Outlyer
At Outlyer, we do infrastructure monitoring at scale, and as our customers moved to microservices and containers we've seen an exponential growth in metrics and the challenges of collecting and querying all of those metrics in real-time.