It has been predicted that by 2020, 50% of all global datacenters will be running Kubernetes in production. With that growth, customers will need to understand how to monitor the health and reliability of their Kubernetes clusters (potentially across multiple cloud platforms), as well as identify and remediate the root cause of issues. Organizations need to monitor Kubernetes clusters using metrics and require a scalable logging infrastructure to meet the demands of their next generation datacenters.
Watch this .conf18 session to learn:
- Best practices and lessons learned in monitoring container infrastructure
- How Splunk Connect for Kubernetes works
- How to implement and scale Kubernetes logging and metrics infrastructure with Splunk