Cloud services on AWS can help logging for operational success

When deploying on a container platform, establishing logging best practices is key to: - Building visibility across workloads, and be prepared to better understand how your services work together. - Finding opportunities to reduce the time to troubleshoot issues during unexpected events and incidents. - Introducing alerting to proactively detect unexpected security and application patterns. In the continuation of our Red Hat® Cloud Service customer success webinar series, this episode will be a technical review on how Red Hat OpenShift® Service on AWS can help you meet your monitoring goals. We will be showing some of the recommended common logging configurations to monitor workloads “in cluster” with the default Red Hat OpenShiftmonitoring stack as well as integrations to external monitoring solutions.


Garcia Will | Senior Partner Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services (AWS)

William Garcia is a Partner Solutions Architect focusing on application platforms, event-driven and serverless architectures. He helps customers and partners modernize, scale, and adopt best practices for their workloads. He is passionate about learning and teaching about cloud computing. He is experienced with containers and Kubernetes technologies and in his current role is helping enterprise and telco customers adopting Red Hat OpenShift® on AWS.

Rosenberg Bruce | Customer Success Architect, Red Hat

Bruce Rosenberg has been working with infrastructure and application delivery teams for more than twenty years. In his current role, he has been helping Red Hat customers across the Asia Pacific region integrate Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform into their businesses to transform application delivery and day-to-day operations. As part of the Global Sales and Customer Success team, Bruce is dedicated to assisting customers in their cloud adoption journey.