Although the famous “pillars of observability” – logs, metrics and traces – remain relevant in Kubernetes, simply collecting and analyzing these data points is hardly enough on its own to deliver the observability you need to understand what’s really happening in your clusters. Kubernetes cluster is a complex, multi-layered, ever-changing web of resources and services. Full observability requires not simply collecting logs, metrics and traces from individual applications and services within the cluster, but also relating these various data points together.
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