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Modern systems look very different than they did years ago. For the most part, development organizations have moved away from building traditional monoliths towards the development of containerized applications running across a highly-distributed infrastructure. While this change has made systems inherently more resilient, the increase in overall complexity has made it more important (and more challenging) to effectively identify and address problems at their root cause when issues occur.
With containers and Kubernetes now commanding a greater footprint, companies need new tools to manage and operate these dynamic workloads. Site Reliability Engineers (SREs) and Platform Engineers need to be able to successfully operate the Kubernetes orchestration layer. Developers must understand the impact of that layer on their microservices, and their Security Analysts need to have the visibility to secure the Kubernetes environment from external hackers. All parties need a way to ingest, observe, alert on, and understand the data streams exposed through Kubernetes.
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