Why Containerization Needs Context

What you need to monitor and manage Kubernetes at scale

Kubernetes has made it easier to deploy and operate applications in a microservices architecture—but it’s difficult to manage at scale since it doesn’t address issues like cluster health and hierarchy and how these affect other parts of the IT stack.

So how do you leverage modern application architectures and deployment methods without inadvertently compromising MTTR and the end-user experience?

Read this white paper to find out:

  • Why containerized infrastructures require visibility into the interdependent relationships between software and systems
  • How 3 companies benefited from gaining context into their infrastructures
  • What observability looks like with New Relic’s cluster explorer

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