PLU | Managing Advanced Kubernetes Logging And Tracing (2020 EN)

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    Company: Pluralsight
    Author: Piotr Gaczkowski
    Full Title: Managing Advanced Kubernetes Logging And Tracing
    Year: 2020
    Language: English
    Genre: Educational: Cloud computing
    Skill Level: Advanced
    Price: -
    Files: MP4 (+ Exercise Files, Slides .PDF)
    Time: 01:59:37
    Video: AVC, 1280 x 720 (1.778) at 15.000 fps, 200 kbps
    Audio: AAC at 96 Kbps, 2 channels, 48.0 KHz

    Managing applications in Kubernetes is a complex task. Implementing logging, tracing, and monitoring can reduce the complexities by giving observability into the system. In this course, you'll see how to implement them in your own cluster.

    Applications running on the Kubernetes cluster often feature a lot of different microservices that communicate using network calls. With many dependencies and the sheer number of services to watch, it quickly becomes impractical to debug the application behavior or to find out what causes reduced performance. In this course, Managing Advanced Kubernetes Logging and Tracing, you'll gain the ability to introduce observability within your applications. First, you'll explore logging. Next, you'll delve into tracing. Finally, you'll learn how to introduce monitoring. When you're finished with this course, you'll have the skills and knowledge of different aspects of observability needed to build and manage reliable and scalable distributed systems.

    1. Course Overview
    01. Course Overview
    2. Why Are Logging and Tracing Important?
    02. Overview
    03. What Are Logs?
    04. What Are Traces?
    05. Demo: Carved Rock Fitness Application
    06. Debugging with Logs and Traces
    07. Demo and Summary
    3. Accessing the Kubernetes Logs
    08. Kubernetes Logging
    09. Node Logs
    10. Pod and Container Logs
    11. Control Plane Logs
    12. Resource Usage of Nodes and Pods
    13. Demo and Summary
    4. Collecting and Analyzing the Logs
    14. Overview and Log Management
    15. Unified Logging Layer
    16. Log Aggregation
    17. Log Visualization
    18. Integrated Solutions for Logging
    19. Debugging with Logs
    20. Demo: Setting up Log Management
    5. Distributed Tracing in Kubernetes
    21. Distributed Applications in Kubernetes
    22. Distributed Tracing
    23. The OpenTracing Standard
    24. Distributed Tracing Tools
    25. Instrumenting an Application
    26. Analyzing Traces in Jaeger
    27. Demo: Using Tracing to Find Performance Issues
    6. Monitoring with Prometheus
    28. Cloud Native Monitoring
    29. Observability
    30. Monitoring Tools
    31. Prometheus Instrumentation
    32. Demo: Monitoring and Alerting with Prometheus and Grafana
    7. Advanced Use Cases for Observability
    33. Advanced Use Cases for Logging
    34. Processing Logs
    35. Filtering and Enriching the Logs
    36. Demo: Enriching Logs with GeoIP Data
    37. Writing Logs to Different Destinations
    38. Demo: Datadog Integration
    39. Event Sourcing
    40. Summary and Thank You