Why containerisation needs context
The problems with infrastructure monitoring in the age of Kubernetes
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.
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