3 Ways to Optimize your Kubernetes Clusters with Resource Control

Avoid resourcing issues and unnecessary costs in container environments

Optimize your K8s Clusters with Resource Control

In this 20-minute session we dissect some real world cases and provide valuable insights into how resources might be the source of future angst that you could avoid. With so many moving parts and so many settings it is nearly impossible to avoid resourcing issues and unnecessary cost in container environments.

Learn how container resource control can prevent this by:

  1. Analyzing CPU patterns to ensure containers aren’t wildly over-specified, reducing stranded CPU capacity and significantly cutting spend
  2. Analyzing container and node memory utilization to avoid hot spots and imbalances across nodes, preventing OOM kills and reducing stranded Memory capacities
  3. Analyzing CPU and Memory patterns to ensure process kills and throttling aren’t occurring due to poorly specified limits

Densify is named a Market Leader in Kubernetes Resource Management by GigaOm: see the report.

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About the Presenters

Chuck Tatham

Chuck Tatham Chief Revenue Officer, Densify

Chuck Tatham has 20 years of experience in enterprise software marketing, sales, and corporate management. As CRO, he is responsible for global marketing and strategic business development initiatives. Prior to Densify, Chuck held management roles at Compuware Corporation, Changepoint Corporation, and Lotus Development.

Andrew Hillier

Andrew HillierCTO & Co-founder, Densify

Andrew Hillier has over 20 years of experience in the creation and implementation of mission-critical cloud applications for the world’s largest enterprises. He heads the product strategy and innovations that underpin the Densify solution. He holds 10 patents in this field and is a noted thought leader and speaker in cloud and container technologies. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Science degree in computer engineering from The University of New Brunswick.