Monitoring Azure Kubernetes Service on Hybrid Cloud With Datadog


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Sponsored by DATADOG


Join Datadog for a webinar on Kubernetes observability with a focus on monitoring AKS anywhere. You’ll learn how to get the most out of Azure offerings and Datadog’s intuitive platform. We’ll discuss AKS monitoring topics including:

  • How to monitor metrics, network, logs and traces from AKS on Azure and in your on-premises environment
  • How to find and fix user-facing issues with synthetic monitoring features like adaptive browser tests and globally available real-user monitoring
  • How to quickly identify the root cause of any bottlenecks in processing and serving data from your devices - whether it’s a slow-running function, an under-resourced database, or anything else

In this webinar, you'll learn how Datadog monitors the health and performance of your applications in Azure—and sets you up for successful cloud migration or modernization.

Ryan MacLean
Developer Advocate - Datadog
Developer Advocate - Datadog
Developer Advocate - Datadog
Developer Advocate - Datadog

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