The New Monitoring Imperative

Four key principles of application containerization

Principle 1: Complete Visibility

Containers exponentially increase the number of components you must manage. Collaborative visualizations are the keys to monitoring performance, with the ability to contextualize by role – Business Analyst, Architect, Developer or Support – with complete visibility.

Principle 2: Change Analysis

Because containers can be replaced or added in seconds, even the smallest changes in code or infrastructure can impact performance. Gaining insight into these dynamics on the fly can help ensure higher performance levels, as well as enhanced end-user experiences.

Principle 3: Actionable Intelligence

Containers generate a multiplicity of alerts. To reduce noise and false alarms, you need adaptive analytics that can learn application behavior, dynamically set thresholds, automate workflows to predict problems, and quickly direct remediation and recovery processes.

Principle 4: Flexible Monitoring

Effective monitoring simplifies complexity without burdening you with lengthy configurations and heavy instrumentation. What’s needed: non-intrusive agentless technologies that provide essential details on container communication flow and dependencies, including latency insights, error rates and end-to-end application performance.

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