One of the biggest concerns when deploying at scale is knowing whether your organization will be ready to effectively monitor what is not working, as well as being able to detect problem areas before they begin to cause real pain. As organizations begin to deploy to cloud native platforms, making sure that monitoring capabilities can make the shift is an ever greater concerns for many.
What can be done to conquer the fears associated with monitoring for cloud native, as well as deployments for on-premise platforms, were among the subjects discussed during a podcast with John-Daniel Trask, co-founder and CEO of Raygun, and Chris Johnson co-founder and CTO of Hyperfish, hosted by Alex Williams, founder and editor-in-chief of The New Stack.
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