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Artificial Intelligence based Container monitoring, healing and optimizing

Monitoring container ecosystem becomes critical in terms of large business applications with complex use cases, making it challenging for the human brains to troubleshoot problems. Though there are traditional monitoring tools available for containers, recurring problems caused by business use case flow cannot be monitored or healed in traditional docker monitoring systems.

With the help of AI, containers can be monitored in a way where the business operations can inject rules depending on their use case and help save sapiens from troubleshooting. Moreover, AI provides flexibility for use case architects to define their commonly known problems in a docker environment, and define rules accordingly to mitigate them dynamically by better prediction algorithms and gradually optimizing the containers in the long run.

This presentation offers knowledge on making use of the benefits of AI in container ecosystem in solving business aspects of container monitoring and healing.

What can I expect to learn?

Key takeaway:

  • Understand monitoring capabilities on containers.
  • Exploring possible causes of failures in container ecosystem with respect to large-scale complex business applications.
  • Understand the need for using AI to analyze recurring problems in container ecosystem and heal them in an optimized way.
  • Understand the key concepts of AI with respect to container monitoring.
  • Knowledge on Integrating AI engine with the container
Thursday, November 15, 9:50am-10:30am (8:50am - 9:30am UTC)
Difficulty Level: Advanced
Software Engineeer at Cisco Systems
I started my career at Cisco Systems two years ago as Software Engineer in NFV BU which is responsible for Cisco's SDN platform VMS(Virtual Managed Services). I have worked on Ansible automation for OpenStack Cloud deployment of Cisco's SD-WAN product named IWAN. I have programmed SpringCloud based Microservice for Cisco's SDN service pack - Managed Device deployed on Docker... FULL PROFILE
Engineer - NFV BU Cisco Systems
I have been working as a Software Engineer in the NFV BU for the last 4 years. I have worked on Cisco's custom implementation for SD-WAN called as the IWAN (Intelligent WAN). I have programmed service packs on Cisco NSO (Network Service Orchestrator) which is used to create NFV VM/containers on top of Openstack/Docker cloud platforms. Apart from this, I have been a part of medium scale... FULL PROFILE
Engineer at Juniper Networks
I am a Software Engineer, passionate about SD-WAN, NFV and Virtualization. I am in learning curve of Openstack and exploring various components. I have been active participants of Openstack Meetup group-Bangalore chapter. Currently working on a Service provider oriented product called VMS-MD(Virtual Managed Services-Managed Device) service pack using Cisco NSO(Network Service Orchestrator).... FULL PROFILE