You have a lot of tools available for container monitoring.
I use Instana and Turbonomic. Instana - because it is easy to install and gives me full visibility over the enterprise. Turbonomic - because it reduced a cloud cost and put the automation in.
There are a lot of tools available in the market for container monitoring, from an enterprise solution to an open-source one. The best approach was to identify the information you need from the monitoring tools. Basically, identify your monitoring objective. From that, you can choose which product better suits your organization.
For Low CAPEX and good information you can gather from the Monitoring Tools, you can check Nagios XI. There is an open-source solution with enterprise support and features. They also have a bunch of plugins to work with.
Obviously, when moving from a "best-of-breed" solution to a single-vendor ecosystem, such as ServiceNow CMDB, ITOM, Automation/Orchestration, something will be lost.
However, assuming the threshold of success is 80% (of the best-of-breed enterprise management/monitoring and automation/orchestration platform, tool-agnostic...), has anyone successfully accomplished this goal?
Sr.Dir/Managing Principal Technology Consulting at a consultancy with 10,001+ employees
Apr 13, 2022
Hi @Michael Stollery,
Difficult to answer w/o knowing what Business Outcomes (Value) are you looking to realize.
It is NOT as much about migrating from A to B, but more about what incremental or differentiating value are you looking to realize and in what time frame?
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