What does container-native monitoring really mean?

22 June 2017 / by Peter Arijs posted in Container monitoring

In a previous blog post, we wrote how “container-native” monitoring could help your DevOps initiatives succeed. Terms as cloud-native, container-native, etc. are thrown around frequently these days. But what do they actually mean? In this blog post, we describe what we mean by container-native monitoring.

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Why container-native monitoring is key to the success of your DevOps initiatives

15 June 2017 / by Peter Arijs posted in Container monitoring

The State of DevOps Report every year presents key findings on how DevOps practices lead to higher IT performance. The 2017 report was just released and there are some interested trends, in particular related to the impact of faster release cycles.

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Monitoring IBM Bluemix Container Service with CoScale

6 June 2017 / by Peter Arijs posted in Container monitoring, Bluemix

In this blog post we discuss how CoScale integrates with IBM Bluemix Container Service to provide full visibility of your containerized applications, as they run in production. In the sections below, we demonstrate how to set up a Kubernetes cluster in Bluemix and how to set up CoScale to monitor this cluster. As a result, with CoScale, you can proactively manage the performance of your applications hosted on IBM Bluemix Container Service.

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What does "full stack" monitoring mean for container environments?

30 May 2017 / by Peter Arijs posted in Container monitoring

In this blog post we explore the term “full stack” when applied to monitoring container environments. We discuss what are the different aspects and challenges of obtaining full stack visibility in such an environment with many moving parts.

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Container monitoring based on Docker labels

17 May 2017 / by Frederick Ryckbosch posted in Docker, Container monitoring

In this blog post, I'd like to introduce in-container monitoring based on Docker labels, giving more powers and flexibility to developers to define monitoring as part of application development. This powerful concept has also made it into our latest release of the CoScale container monitoring platform.

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Announcing new updates to the CoScale container monitoring platform

12 May 2017 / by Peter Arijs posted in Releases, Docker, OpenShift, Container monitoring, Kubernetes

During the last few weeks and months, we have upgraded the CoScale container monitoring platform with many feature additions, new technology support and other significant improvements to give you even more visibility in your container environments. Here is an overview of the most important changes.

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CoScale chosen as a 2017 Red Herring Top 100 Europe Winner

26 April 2017 / by Peter Arijs posted in News

April 26, 2017, Amsterdam, Netherlands - Red Herring announced its Red Herring Europe award winners this evening at the Top 100 forum, recognizing Europe’s leading private companies and celebrating these startups’ innovations and technologies across their respective industries.

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CoScale wins "Most Innovative" Red Hat Partner Award

10 March 2017 / by Peter Arijs posted in Events, conferences and talks, News

We are thrilled to announce that CoScale has won the "Most Innovative" partner award at the 2017 Red Hat Partner Awards. The award was handed out by Luc Van Overmeiren, Manager Partners and Alliances, to Stijn Polfliet, CEO CoScale, at the Red Hat Partner Awards yesterday evening March 9th in Ghent, Belgium.

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Making sense of container metrics

3 March 2017 / by Helen De Troy posted in Releases, Docker, Container monitoring

Container adoption is on the rise. As we’ve seen in our most recent Docker monitoring webinar, 38% of the participants are already using Docker in production and 19% in development and staging environments. This growing trend is pushing the market into finding ways to address their need for container performance monitoring.

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Monitoring Google Container Engine with CoScale

8 February 2017 / by Samuel Vandamme posted in Container monitoring, Kubernetes

Google Container Engine provides a managed Kubernetes platform to host your containers without the need of setting up your own Kubernetes cluster. Google provides the expertise of managing a Kubernetes cluster and supplies a load balanced master service for increased stability. Kubernetes has Services, Replication Controllers, managed mounts and auto scaling to keep your containers running and healthy. The Google Cloud Platform is also tightly coupled with other services from Google like Container Registry, Persistent Disk and Cloud Load Balancing.

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