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FireHydrant Case Study Video

Kubernetes helps teams of all sizes optimize their microservices architecture by enabling seamless automated containerized app deployment, easy scalability, and efficient operations. But Kubernetes also has a reputation for being difficult to learn and complex to manage, and when you’re new to something, it’s hard to know what you don’t know. That’s where Honeycomb observability comes in—distributed traces provide real-time visibility into container operations so they can be fine-tuned for optimal performance and bugs can be found and fixed faster, paving the way to a successful delivery.

But don’t take our word for it. We sat down for a technical session with Jeff Zellner, Director of Engineering, and Gonzalo Maldonado, Staff Engineer, at FireHydrant. They shared how they used Honeycomb to help make the move to Kubernetes and how they rely on observability to ship stable new features customers love.

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