Instana Blog

Author: Steve Waterworth

Product, Thought Leadership
AWS Lambda is the most mature of the Serverless Computing (or FaaS - Function as a Service) offerings. Monitoring Lambda (or any Serverless) applications isn't exactly easy, but here are some basic ru
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Developer, Thought Leadership
Everything you want to know about Serverless Computing: What is it? How does it work? Who are the best vendors? Most importantly, how can you monitor it, especially at the application level.
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Thought Leadership
Everything you need to know about Mesosphere DC/OS, a leading data center Operating System for running containers (and containerized applications), big data environments and other distributed applicat
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Product, Thought Leadership
Have you tried Stan's Robot Shop - Instana's sample microservice application - yet? Maybe you've been waiting to run it in a different orchestrated environment. This post examines how to deploy and ru
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Announcement
The response to Stan's Robot Shop has been fantastic. Here's the next step - deploying the sample microservice application on Kubernetes (and deploying a management system, of course).
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Announcement, Developer
There are so many new concepts in application development and deployment, from orchestration to open source tracing to performance management. Instana wanted to help, so we created the Robot Shop, a s
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Announcement
OpenShift is a packaged offering from Red Hat for container based software deployment. It combines a supported distribution of Kubernetes and DevOps tooling to aid in rapid application development and
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Announcement
AWS Fargate is a layer underneath ECS and EKS that provides additional automation and provisioning of compute resource to run orchestrated workloads. Fargate allows you to run containers without havin
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Announcement
Everything you need to know about kubernetes (K8S) to get started with an orchestrated containerized application. Whether you want to run K8S on its own or as part of a container service, here's a goo
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