5 Best Practices to Simplify Kubernetes Troubleshooting


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Sponsored by KOMODOR

Thursday, September 2, 2021
11 a.m. ET

Kubernetes is agile, flexible and scalable. It is also complex, with a multitude of moving parts on and underneath the surface. When things go wrong, as they always (eventually) do, understanding what caused the problem could be stressful and time-consuming.

But does it have to be? Join Mickael Alliel, DevOps engineer at Komodor, as he deep-dives into:

  • The obvious (and not so obvious) challenges of using Kubernetes
  • Ways to create a troubleshooting-friendly environment
  • Five best practices to simplify K8s troubleshooting
DevOps Engineer - Komodor
A self-taught developer turned DevOps, passionate about automation, innovation, and creative problem-solving. Mickael enjoys challenging himself and experimenting with new technologies and methodologies. Currently, he is working on developing the next-gen K8s troubleshooting platform at Komodor, and doubling as a French cuisine connoisseur.

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