Why containerisation needs context

The problems with infrastructure monitoring in the age of Kubernetes

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There’s little doubt containerisation has changed the way applications are designed, built, deployed and maintained, by providing the velocity and improved time-to-market essential to help companies differentiate from the competition. 

Unfortunately, containers also introduce complexity. Kubernetes does make it easier to deploy and operate applications in a microservices architecture; however it’s also difficult to manage at scale as it doesn’t address some very basic—and very important— issues.

Learn how to leverage modern application architectures and deployment methodologies to deliver a better customer experience in this whitepaper, without inadvertently compromising that customer experience with downtime, bugs, or latency.

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