Container Journal: How To Avoid Cloud-Native Observability Tooling Sprawl
Writing for Container Journal, Bill Doerrfeld reports on how Observability is becoming increasingly crucial for companies employing containerized environments and Kubernetes, but it often results in tool sprawl.
Doerrfeld interviews Anurag Gupta, co-founder of Calyptia, who provides context on the cause of observability tool sprawl and offers tips for avoiding it including using open source and “using an abstraction layer that can take in various data formats from multiple agents and transform them into whatever view is necessary.”
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