[Video Tour] Openshift Monitoring Tools with Sysdig
April 28, 2017 | by
In previous blog posts we dove into the specifics of how to monitor OpenShift - so now it’s time to sit back and enjoy the show. We wanted to show you what a state-of-the art OpenShift monitoring tool looks like, using Sysdig OpenShift Monitoring as an example. In this short video, we’re going to answer a few key questions by demonstrating using this tool for monitoring of a container application platform built on OpenShift.
How does instrumentation auto-scale with your environment? Do users have to instrument every container (answer: heck no) or just hosts?
Can you just see containers or can you see what’s inside them?
How do you get Kubernetes monitoring that supports OpenShift’s underlying concepts of projects, namespaces deployments, and other key metadata concepts?
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