OpenShift Commons Briefing #81: Proactive Performance Management of OpenShift
July 6, 2017 | by
OpenShift Commons Briefing Summary
Frederick Ryckbosch, founder and CTO of CoScale joined us for a discussion of performance considerations of running applications on OpenShift in production, and how to address these with CoScale’s container monitoring platform. Aided and abetted by his colleague at CoScale, Samuel Vandamme, Frederick gave us a detailed demonstration of some best practices for performance management along with a live installation and configuration of CoScale's offering on OpenShift for OpenShift-specific insights.
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