Kubernetes is the most popular container orchestration platform. It's the de facto standard for cloud-native container orchestration. And yet, despite the abundant documentation and monitoring and debugging tools, developers and operators still lack the knowledge and skills to manage and troubleshoot Kubernetes environments.

Troubleshooting Kubernetes is hard. When changes occur in your Kubernetes cluster, you have to know what information to look for, where to look for it, and how to access it across several K8s tools. Then, you have to figure out which line or lines in the dozens of configuration files to fix.

In this session, you’ll learn which events and metrics are important for troubleshooting K8s infrastructure issues. More importantly, we'll show you how to pull all the information together to provide enough context for troubleshooting to be efficient—all without constantly moving between tools.



Developer Relations Lead - CtrlStack

Chris is a Developer Relations leader at CtrlStack. He works closely with the DevOps community to help developers and operators adopt new technologies and paradigms, specifically observability and change intelligence practices.


Head of Customer Success - CtrlStack

Jason Goocher leads the Customer Success team at CtrlStack. He has built a strong passion for customer empathy, knowledge sharing, and creating world-class team cultures throughout his 10 years in the SaaS startup space. Jason is a proud husband and father to 3 young boys. Born and raised in Austin, TX, Jason enjoys bbq, watching football, and creating amazing memories for those around him.