Live Webinar - August 13, 2020 10am Pacific | 1pm Eastern
Prometheus, the second most popular project at the CNCF, has a large and growing ecosystem. If you’re a developer looking to get some quick graphs from your application, it’s not always clear where to start. At first, it can seem like a daunting task, but by following some simple examples, you can get up and running in no time. In this webinar, Brian Brazil, author of “Prometheus Up and Running” and long time developer of Prometheus will walk you through the basic steps to get started instrumenting applications with Prometheus.
Live Webinar - August 17, 2020 10am Pacific | 1pm Eastern | 7pm CEST
Earlier this year, we introduced Cards Against Containers, the game that would change DevOps forever. Now we’re bringing you Cards Against Containers for a Cause. Join us and well-known Kubernetes personalities for THE BIG GAME to support Black Girls CODE. Who’s playing? Follow @Sysdig on Twitter as we reveal clues about our remaining players. Respond correctly to our clues, and you’ll be entered into a raffle for a Sysdig mystery box.
Live Webinar - August 18, 2020 10am Pacific | 1pm Eastern
With Prometheus, you can collect and examine data from not only Kubernetes itself, but also from the applications. This is one of the reasons it is so popular. For applications that you write yourself, you can instrument them directly fairly easily. But how do you get data from your packaged applications like web servers, databases, and messaging services? In this webinar, Brian Brazil, author of “Prometheus Up and Running” and long time developer of Prometheus will show you how to find and use exporters in order to make monitoring your applications and services a lot easier.
Live Webinar - August 27, 2020 12pm BST | 1pm CEST
Join us for this month’s European Secure DevOps Virtual Meetup hosted by Chris Kranz from Sysdig. Grab your lunch, dial in, and let’s recap the interesting happenings in containers.
Live Webinar - September 1, 2020 10am Pacific | 1pm Eastern
Join us for this Encore Presentation of the Red Hat DevNation keynote. The evolution of technology presents innovation and challenges, in both public and private sectors. Legacy systems, workforce transformation, technical debt, security updates, infrastructure demands have all become common vernacular. Deciding what to prioritize and how to manage the changes can define the success of technology transformation and set the stage for future improvements. This webinar seeks to identify technology best practices and DevSecOps collaboration opportunities.