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Which data sources do DevOps teams need in order to achieve observability? At a high level, that’s an easy question to answer. Concepts like the “three pillars of observability”—logs, metrics, and traces—may come to mind. Or, you may think in terms of techniques like the RED Method or Google’s Golden Signals, which are other popular frameworks for defining which …

We’re excited to announce the general availability of the LogDNA Agent 3.3, which introduces Linux and ARM64 support to our Rust Agent. This new support in our Rust Agent provides improved performance and enables a few features previously only available for our Kubernetes customers, such as various configurations within the Agent and the ability to …

Organizations worldwide are adopting Kubernetes and cloud native technologies at breakneck pace. Containers have become the new norm of packaging applications and Kubernetes is at the forefront, orchestrating and running containers at scale. App modernization has increasingly become one of the top priorities in IT. This has been accelerated in the wake of the pandemic …

It doesn’t matter whether you have one Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) cluster or a thousand, whether they’re all GKE standard clusters or autopilot, whether you’re the only person working on infrastructure, or are part of a larger team—knowing how to optimize your clusters for high performance and low cost is the key to success on GKE. …

While AI workloads are becoming more pervasive, challenges with deploying AI have slowed adoption. Blockers like data complexity, data silos, and lack of infrastructure contribute to the difficulty of deploying AI workloads, and to address these issues, organizations need an integrated, scalable, and high-performing solution. VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid, is a multi-cloud Kubernetes footprint that …

Companies are adopting software as a service (SaaS) at a rapid pace. There are many factors contributing to this trend, including: Operational efficiency – There are significant time and cost benefits to using vendor-managed, cloud-hosted software versus installing and maintaining commercial, off-the-shelf software in your own data centers. Security – In a SaaS model, the …

Guest post by KubeEdge Maintainers Introduction: KubeEdge is an open-source edge computing platform. Based on the native container orchestration and scheduling capabilities of Kubernetes, KubeEdge achieves functionalities such as cloud-edge synergy, edge computing, edge device management, and edge autonomy. KubeEdge is also widely implemented in scenarios such as 5G MEC and AI cloud-edge synergy by using …

Guest post from LF Training & Certification Faseela K. is a platform development engineer with a background in open source networking. As she saw the use of containers growing more than the VMs she was working with, she began studying Kubernetes and eventually decided to pursue a Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA). We spoke to her about …

“Reliability at massive scale is one of the biggest challenges we face at Amazon.com, one of the largest e-commerce operations in the world; even the slightest outage has significant financial consequences and impacts customer trust.” This was the first line of the highly impactful paper titled “Dynamo: Amazon’s Highly Available Key-value Store.” Published in 2007, it was …