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Monitoring is an activity performed against applications and systems to determine their state and health. From basic uptime and performance tests to gathering application- and business-level telemetry; monitoring is a broad field. The main use case of monitoring is to detect problems and anomalies, determining root cause, performance and capacity bottlenecks.

Sysdig converges monitoring and security

Sysdig converges monitoring and security

Why do we monitor production applications? We want to know if the applications we run in production are healthy, of course. Healthy is a matter of perspective But what does healthy mean? Most...
Learn to fail or fail to learn

Learn to fail or fail to learn

There are a lot of websites dedicated to DevOps nowadays. The topic is trending,  it is being highlighted in a lot of talks at webinars and conferences all around the world....
Instana announces Support for GKE’s on-prem version

Instana announces Support for GKE’s on-prem version

Instana, a provider of Application Performance Management (APM) solutions for microservice applications, announced support for the on-premises version of Google Kuberbetes Engine. "Application teams need flexibility in their platform choices, especially as...
Running Containers in Production for Dummies

Running Containers in Production for Dummies

The acclaimed For Dummies Series, this fantastic resource explores containers, orchestrator choices and helps you skillfully navigate the challenges of deploying containerized applications in production. Read it now! hbspt.forms.create({ portalId: "6620659", formId: "9042decd-1356-4ea9-9200-76f0132e2fdc" });
Monitoring your containers

Monitoring your containers is hard. Sensu is here to help.

The introduction of new technologies in to an enterprise can bring issue of visibility black-spots due to an inadequate ability to monitor the services
Interview with Chris Kranz and Why Sysdig

Interview with Chris Kranz – Why Sysdig

Part one of an Interview with Chris Kranz the EMEA SE Manager of Sysdig. we investigate the why, what and futures of sysdig.
Fluentd_logs everything from everywhere

Fluentd – logs everything from everywhere

Every component in your application landscape should log (part of) its activity for troubleshooting and security auditing purposes. This helps developers check debug logs when they are developing an application, or...
Protecting your serverless workloads is not a “nice to have”

Protecting your serverless workloads is not a “nice to have”

Serverless computing has gained a lot of traction the last couple of years. Many organizations are already experimenting with it and using its fullest potential for their applications. As described in...
Sysdig Monitor_Monitoring in a Cloud Native World

Sysdig Monitor – Monitoring in a Cloud Native World

Event Management and Telemetry monitoring is complex in even the simplest of environments. But in a multi-cloud world that complexity is multiplied. The ephemeral nature of many services (or the scale...
chronosphere team

Chronosphere delivers on real-time insights for mission control teams

The push to cloud-native applications, and specifically to microservice landscapes, creates a challenge for operational teams. The challenge is, simply put, about sheer volume. Humans cannot comprehend nor grasp the volume of...