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Goodbye, Cost-depth Trade Off: Cloud-Native Observability, Redefinedby@groundcover1
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Goodbye, Cost-depth Trade Off: Cloud-Native Observability, Redefined

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Historically, monitoring tools didn't allow us to have it all, at least not in the context of distributed, cloud-native apps. It turns out that, by rethinking the fundamentals of your approach to monitoring, you can have it both – when it comes to observability. You can get deep insights quickly, without paying through the nose for your monitoring workflow. The trick: Instead of trying to collect and analyze every bit of data available or sample it randomly, you sample it intelligently by identifying the most interesting data right at the source.

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Using eBPF to help teams get a clear picture of their K8s applications: discovering + solving bleeding issues faster.

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