Network infrastructure is in a time of great transition. As systems become more distributed, methods for building and operating them are rapidly evolving—and that makes visibility into your services and infrastructure more important than ever. Platforms such as Kubernetes have solved several problems that traditional monitoring tools used to flag. However, partial, implicit, and "soft" failure modes have risen along with the overall complexity of systems. This report excerpt provides an overview of monitoring challenges and trade-offs to help you choose the best observability strategy for your distributed systems.
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