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Kubernetes and multi-cloud: How to monitor your modern applications effectively

October 11, 2019 / Antony Savvas

Many companies are moving to a new way of delivering service to customers based on microservices. Rather than building huge and monolithic apps, microservices uses small and interconnected application components instead. These modern applications tend to be easier to update and expand than those traditional applications, as replacement services can be slotted in using APIs rather than requiring full rewrites.To support this design approach, developers are making more use of cloud and containers. According to the Continuous Intelligence Report for 2019, the percentage of companies adopting containers has grown to 30 percent. Cloud services can host tens or thousands of containers based on how large the application needs to be, while the number of containers can be raised or lowered depending on demand. This makes containers complex to manage. For companies that run their critical applications on these new services, managing all this infrastructure is a huge challenge.
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