I’ve been designing monitoring tools for almost 10 years now, and in that time a lot has changed.
Kubernetes events are a resource type in Kubernetes that are automatically created when other resources have state changes, errors, or other messages that should be broadcast to the system.
From the first day, one of Epsagon’s main goals was to reduce the troubleshooting time of complex issues. Serverless applications are distributed, and as such, they have many potential problems. A failing function, for example, may indicate a much larger problem.
SaltStack is used by network operations teams to manage everything from small IoT deployments to massive enterprise network infrastructures.
Release management tools help teams – both distributed and not – maintain an agile delivery pipeline and automate tedious manual processes. With the right toolchain, teams can better plan, schedule, test, deploy and control the new feature release process.
Configuration management is an essential process for DevOps teams. It allows engineers to manage dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of machines in a consistent and automated way. While there are many configuration management tools available, three of the most popular are Chef, Puppet, and Ansible.
“Serverless monitoring with no code change and zero overhead” is our mantra at Thundra. I know it is a bold statement, but we have been working hard to fulfill this claim.
With 2018 rapidly fading below the horizon, we’ve taken some time to reflect on our hard-working year, the overall state of serverless, and how these changes impact the experience of our favorite people — the developers.