Komodor is streamlining Kubernetes troubleshooting by offering a unified view of all events across the entire K8s stack, providing developers, operations, and on-call teams with the context and the actionable insights they need to solve issues efficiently and independently. The company just came out of stealth with $25 million in funding. We hosted Itiel Shwartz, CTO and Co-Founder at Komodor, to learn more about the company, especially how they are solving the Kubernetes observability and debugging issues.
[su_note note_color=”#000″ text_color=”#fff”]About the guest: Itiel Shwartz is the CTO and co-founder of Komodor, a startup building the next-gen troubleshooting platform for Kubernetes. Itiel worked at eBay, Forter, and Rookout, where he was the first developer. Itiel is a backend and infra developer turned ‘DevOps’, an avid public speaker who loves talking about infrastructure, Kubernetes, Python observability, and the evolution of R&D culture.[/su_note]