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Thursday, November 21 • 11:50am - 12:25pm
Exporting Kubernetes Event Objects for Better Observability - Mustafa Akın & Ahmet Şeker, Atlassian

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Objects in Kubernetes, such as Pod, Deployment, Ingress, Service publish events to indicate status updates or problems. Most of the time, these events are overlooked and their 1 hour lifespan might cause missing important updates. They are also not searchable and cannot be aggregated.

We are open-sourcing our internal tool for publishing the events in Kubernetes to Opsgenie, Slack, Elasticsearch, Webhooks, Kinesis, Pub/Sub. It has a configuration language for matching events based on various criteria, such as the content and the related object’s labels. It also has the capability to route the events intelligently, inspired by Prometheus Alertmanager.

For instance, you can notify an owner of Pod for runtime OCI failures, you can aggregate how many times the images are pulled, how many times container sandbox changes for various resource labels.

Speakers
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Mustafa Akın

SRE, Atlassian
Mustafa works at Atlassian Opsgenie as a Senior Site Reliability Engineer. He works on Kubernetes and Golang to keep Opsgenie up all the times and works on observability and tracing. In his free time, he works on scheduling algorithms for Kubernetes for his PhD studies.
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Ahmet Şeker

SRE, Atlassian
Ahmet is Engineering Manager at Atlassian Opsgenie SRE Team. Besides his management and SRE tasks, he tries to construct unified build system in Opsgenie. He and his team is the main driver for Opsgenie's K8s journey



Thursday November 21, 2019 11:50am - 12:25pm
Room 16AB - San Diego Convention Center Mezzanine Level