Troubleshooting Kubernetes - Gianluca Borello, Sysdig

June 6, 2017
Deploying applications with Kubernetes and CoreOS allows you to take advantage of the benefits of container-native applications: elastic, portable, and distributed. But what happens when you need to troubleshoot a deployment? How do you get the visibility you’re used to when you dealt with static VM and host-based deployments? In this hands-on workshop, you’ll build deep troubleshooting skills by leveraging sysdig, the open-source container visibility tool. After this session you’ll be able to: Assess what is using the most resources on a machine Relate container processes to Kubernetes metadata Troubleshoot problems related to Kubernetes services Resolve network misconfigurations ...and a few other neat tricks Attendees should come ready to work, with sysdig already installed on their machines. They should have familiarity with using Kubernetes and Linux CLI tools. CoreOS Fest 2017 Gianluca Borello
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