How to Monitor Microservices: Openshift and Docker - OpenShift Commons Briefing #45
July 30, 2016 | by
In this Video
In this short demo-driven meetup, we’ll help you get a handle on what’s changing and how it will impact your DevOps practice.
This briefing, lead by Knox Anderson from Sysdig, covered:
– What are the operational limitations of containers in production? – How do you get visibility inside containers without super-human effort? – How do you look into Openshift performance, and not just container performance? – A live install of Sysdig Cloud on a running environment.
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As a result, the OpenShift Commons expands and facilitates points of connection between members for sharing their knowledge and experience. Consequently, the OpenShift Commons help to drive success for the platform and for all the participants: customers, users, partners, and contributors.
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