Kubernetes makes it easy to run cloud-native applications in a resilient way. But what if something fails? How do you figure what caused a CrashLoopBackOff error message? What can be done about a service that is not reachable? How do you debug a containerized application or do fault injection in a microservices setup?
Michael Hausenblas addresses these questions and more, including:
Along the way, Michael shares concrete examples for each of the above topics, backed by a GitHub repo, and demonstrates some of them live.
Michael Hausenblas is a developer advocate at AWS, part of the container service team, focusing on container security. Michael shares his experience around cloud native infrastructure and apps through demos, blog posts, books, and public speaking engagements as well as contributes to open source software. Previously, was at Red Hat, Mesosphere, MapR, and in two research institutions in Ireland and Austria.
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