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Kubernetes FinOps: Java memory management in containerized environments

By Joe Thompson

If you’ve spent much time working in the enterprise application space lately, either as a developer or an operator, you’ve probably run across Java applications in containerized environments like Kubernetes.... Read More

Kubernetes FinOps: Comparing Platform9 Elastic Machine Pool to the Karpenter Autoscaler for EKS

By Joe Thompson

A popular tool in today’s FinOps landscape for managing EKS clusters is the Karpenter autoscaler.  Created at AWS, Karpenter has more capabilities than simple “0 to N” autoscaling – in... Read More

Kubernetes FinOps: Right-sizing Kubernetes workloads

By Joe Thompson

In the earlier blog posts in this series, we detailed some of the mechanisms in Kubernetes available to control the resources allocated to the workloads in the cluster.  But even... Read More

Kubernetes FinOps: Resource management challenges

By Joe Thompson

In our previous blog post we covered the different ways to think of “utilization” in Kubernetes, and some of the basic metrics that are most commonly used to control application... Read More

Kubernetes FinOps: Basics of cluster utilization

By Joe Thompson

Whether you run applications in the cloud or on-premise, optimizing your utilization of the computing hardware you rent or own is a necessary part of operations. The term “FinOps” is... Read More

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