Monitoring is a key aspect of running containerized applications at scale. Though there are quite a few tools out there, Prometheus, an open source project managed by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, seems to be the preferred tool of numerous cloud-native infrastructures.
Many Prometheus guides are available explaining how Prometheus can be used to monitor cloud-native applications running in a Kubernetes cluster; how Prometheus may be run in a Kubernetes cluster; and how Prometheus can be set up to monitor a Kubernetes cluster.
At the same time, numerous real-life cloud-native deployment scenarios assume running multiple Kubernetes clusters across different environments – separation due to the nature of the environment (dev, QA, prod, etc.), availability concerns (different regions or availability zones), or hybrid nature of the applications (data center, cloud).
As a Prometheus deployment normally requires significant resources, it may be beneficial to consolidate the monitoring infrastructure for multiple Kubernetes clusters and cloud-native applications.
In this session, Serge will showcase how Prometheus can be used to effectively collect metrics from multiple clusters and share challenges and lessons learned.
6:00 – 6:45 pm: Networking, food & drinks
6:45 – 7:30 pm: Presentation and Q&A
7:30 – 8:00 pm: More networking, food & drinks
Serge, a Software Architect at Kublr, has 20+ years of experience building systems and applications at scale. A passionate advocate for all thing Kubernetes, Serge leverages service meshes, hybrid clouds, authentication/authorization/SSO, and API governance to build custom solutions for large enterprise clients. He holds a Master of Computer Science degree from Novosibirsk State Technical University. When not architecting software, Serge can be found producing music for children theater or sound engineering for various performances.
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