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Free webinar: Join experts from Sematext and IBM Cloud for “Monitoring and logging for containers”

Enterprises without DevOps teams and culture typically experience long applications deployment cycles. Once developers make a new release the operations team needs to deploy it to one of the existing or new servers. This often takes a long time (up to several weeks is not uncommon) to get a new application deployed to production. Instead, modern DevOps teams often utilize PaaS to boost productivity, without even thinking of server resources, ansible/chef/puppet scripts, Jenkins, and related tooling. They push their application releases with a few commands to “the cloud” – typically a platform as a service (PaaS) like IBM Cloud. Once deployments get simplified in such a way, the next logical step is to add a monitoring and logging solution to put an end to the email ping-pong for troubleshooting.

Since container services, platforms as a service, and monitoring and logging in one are three pillars of great interest today, subject matter experts from our team and from IBM Cloud Container Service team invite you to a free webinar on how to leverage Sematext and IBM Cloud Container Service for faster, more efficient DevOps.

We’ve been preaching the Metrics+Logs Belong Together mantra for years now and this year we announced Sematext Cloud as the result of our work on bringing metrics, logs, alerts, anomalies, and other types of events together, under one roof.

While we offer the platform that eliminates the chasm between performance monitoring and logs, IBM Cloud Container Service builds on Kubernetes for advanced capabilities. This enables DevOps by modernizing traditional apps, as well as simplifying security, scale and infrastructure management. This live webinar will walk you through the whole process: from creating a Kubernetes cluster to adding a centralized log management and monitoring solution.

What will you learn about?

  • How to work with a single agent for metrics, container events, and logs
  • How to get automatic collection and processing of Docker metrics, events, and logs
  • How to benefit from easy correlation between metrics and logs for faster troubleshooting
  • How to deploy a hassle-free ELK stack you won’t need to maintain anymore
  • Built-in log parsing
  • Log enrichment (like GeoIP for web server logs)
  • Log analytics with visualization and alerts CTA: See how


Watch a live webinar on January 31st to see the whole process end to end.

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