Sumo Logic To Offer 3-Step Kubernetes Onboarding For Developers

Enterprise Security Magazine | Monday, August 01, 2022

Cloud-native application analytics platform Sumo Logic has come up with an easy way to get Kubernetes observability in just a few clicks.

FREMONT, CA: “Developers are at the heart of challenging the status quo and getting the digital experiences we crave into service. Digital experiences simply do not advance without the needed visibility for developers to make them a reality,” comments Christian Beedgen, CTO and Co-Founder, Sumo Logic. Sumo Logic, a SaaS analytics platform that enables dependable and secure cloud-native apps, has come up with a new method for delivering Kubernetes observability with a few mouse clicks. This simplified procedure optimizes the Sumo Logic collection process and expedites Kubernetes observability time-to-value.

“Today, we take another step in delivering on the promise to deliver a premium developer experience. Onboarding Kubernetes data into Sumo Logic has never been faster, smarter, or more secure,” adds Beedgen.

With the rise in the adoption of Kubernetes, monitoring these systems becomes even more critical. According to the report, Monitoring Containers and Kubernetes Workloads, Gartner® states, If supporting your monitoring infrastructure is manual or brittle, or instrumenting applications, data collection, and visualization introduces friction for developers, it will be used (or not) inconsistently, and visibility will be lost.

Sumo Logic supports the individuals that drive the modern digital enterprise. Sumo Logic's SaaS analytics platform helps clients to develop dependable and secure cloud-native applications. Sumo Logic is Sumo Logic's trademark or registered trademark in the United States and other countries. Other company and product names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

This new experience makes it simple for developers to begin using Kubernetes observability fast by establishing relevant collections for the Kubernetes environment (Orchestration, Infrastructure, and App Data). Additionally, with the correct metadata, installing the required app dashboards to view data, assisting with problem diagnosis and resolution, and validating automatically generated notifications.

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