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[Upcoming Webinar] Troubleshooting Kubernetes: The 7 Key Components You Need to Have

In case you haven’t heard, containers are eating the world.

This shift is transforming everything we’ve ever known about developing, delivering and maintaining our applications – particularly when it comes to resolving errors. With so many moving pieces, getting to the bottom of critical issues lurking in your Kubernetes-based apps can feel impossible. Traditional methods of troubleshooting – like sifting through logs – just don’t seem to cut it in these complex environments.

Join us on November 14, at 11 am PT / 2 pm ET for a live webinar where we’ll cover:

  • Common challenges and shortcomings of traditional troubleshooting in today’s distributed systems
  • 7 key components you need to get to the root cause of errors in your K8s clusters
  • How OverOps can support troubleshooting even the trickiest errors in your containerized apps

PS. Can’t make it on the 14th? Register anyways, and we’ll send you a recording!

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