OpenShift has become a strategic platform for running applications in large scale enterprises. What does it mean to building, maintaining, and supporting a containerized microservice platform like OpenShift and how does the abstraction of applications across your new infrastructure mask identification of common deployment problems? What is the difference between uptime and availability? Does remediation mean scale-up or roll-back?
In this session, Dynatrace explores the pain points seen in supporting containerized environments and the challenges in providing end-to-end context around issues such as monitoring pipeline delivery, utilizing Ansible for problem remediation and general operational visibility. Watch now to learn how cluster health jeopardize application response time and availability, and how you can make sure monitoring becomes a cloud platform feature.
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