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Nicolas Steinmetz [CérénIT] | Sustain Your Observability from Bare Metal TICK Stack and Apps to a Kubernetes World | InfluxDays Virtual Experience London 2020

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Nicolas Steinmetz [CérénIT] | Sustain Your Observability from Bare Metal TICK Stack and Apps to a Kubernetes World | InfluxDays Virtual Experience London 2020

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When moving your apps to Kubernetes, you need to keep your existing observability at the same level or better. Kubernetes will give you some challenge, as you can’t strictly deploy the TICK Stack as you did before, but also allow some opportunities. The talk is about my journey on this topic and will cover Telegraf as DaemonSet to fetch nodes resources, as a deployment to fetch metrics from different endpoints and hopefully with Telegraf as an operator to illustrate sidecar deployment. All these metrics will be pushed to InfluxDB (v1/v2) and may be visualized in Chronograf or Grafana.

When moving your apps to Kubernetes, you need to keep your existing observability at the same level or better. Kubernetes will give you some challenge, as you can’t strictly deploy the TICK Stack as you did before, but also allow some opportunities. The talk is about my journey on this topic and will cover Telegraf as DaemonSet to fetch nodes resources, as a deployment to fetch metrics from different endpoints and hopefully with Telegraf as an operator to illustrate sidecar deployment. All these metrics will be pushed to InfluxDB (v1/v2) and may be visualized in Chronograf or Grafana.

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