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16 Docker conferences and container events you shouldn’t miss

By on July 25, 2017

We find container events, and Docker conferences in particular, extremely useful for multiple reasons: It’s one of the best ways to catch up what’s going on in the container ecosystem. We can…

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WordPress in Kubernetes: The Perfect Setup

By on May 16, 2017

This tutorial shows how to prepare and deploy WordPress with all required dependencies (MySQL, etc) in Kubernetes. Why WordPress? WordPress is usually chosen as the de facto application when explaining how to…

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Sysdig Monitor spring 2017 release

By on May 11, 2017

We’re really excited to round up all the great functionality we’ve released so far this year on Sysdig Monitor into our Spring Release. Here we’re going to give you a quick run-down…

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How to monitor Docker Swarm

By on April 17, 2017

In the following tutorial I will show how to monitor Docker Swarm using Sysdig Monitor. Docker Swarm is the Docker Engine feature for container orchestration and cluster management. It’s a fundamental component…

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Monitoring Kubernetes (part 3): Kubernetes troubleshooting service discovery

By on March 24, 2017

This article is part of our series on operating Kubernetes in production. Part 1 covered the basics of Kubernetes and monitoring tools; Part 2 covered Kubernetes alerting best practices. This part will…

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Monitoring Kubernetes (part 2): Best practices for alerting on Kubernetes

By on March 23, 2017

A step by step cookbook on how to configure alerting in your Kubernetes cluster with a focus on the infrastructure layer. This article is part of our series on operating Kubernetes in…

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How to monitor Ceph: the top 5 metrics to watch

By on January 30, 2017

Now that we’re up and running, we need to talk about how to monitor Ceph. Monitoring and troubleshooting your Ceph storage infrastructure is as important – and arguably more important – as monitoring the containers that your apps run in.

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Ceph persistent volume for Kubernetes or Openshift

By on January 30, 2017

State aware applications like databases or file repositories need access to the same file system no matter where the container they are running on is scheduled. Kubernetes and Openshift call this persistent volume.

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A Ceph guide for Kubernetes and Openshift users

By on January 30, 2017

Ceph is a self-hosted distributed storage system popular among organizations using containers in production. For those looking for a storage solution in their containerized infrastructure, we created this guide to cover: How to Deploy Ceph on AWS, Quick Introduction to Ceph and alternatives, and How to Deploy Ceph on AWS.

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