Pixie

Open source Kubernetes observability for developers

Pixie was accepted to CNCF on June 22, 2021 and is at the Sandbox project maturity level.

Latest tweets from Pixie

It's now possible to combine the interoperability of @opentelemetry with the power of eBPF. 🐝

In case you missed it, Pixie has a new plugin system that supports scriptable export of its rich data sources to any OpenTelemetry destination! ✨

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Open Observability with the Pixie Plugin System

Pixie Blog

blog.px.dev

Killer lineup this year at @Monitorama. Pixie contributor @nserrino is giving a talk, "Observability is a Data Problem" focused on what the observability space can learn from the data space.

Check out the Pixie #KubeCon talks!

➡️ Bpftrace Meets Pixie: Dynamic Monitoring of K8s Clusters
➡️ Detecting Data Exfiltration on the Edge
➡️ Reproducing Prod Issues in CI Pipelines Using eBPF
➡️ Autoscaling K8s Deployments: A Practical Guide

Playlist👇
https://t.co/gTeCvoPJGp

At Pixie, we 💙 open source and observability.

So we're excited to announce that we've been collaborating with @open_cost, an OSS project that provides real-time cost monitoring for #Kubernetes!

Learn more 👇

Craving some more Kubernetes content post KubeCon?

3 Reasons to use Kubernetes Operators (and 2 reasons not to)

Safer Kubernetes Node Pool Upgrades https://t.co/8D2jLmPcGf

How Kubernetes made On-Prem Cool Again https://t.co/BpjJUTiO18

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3 Reasons to Use Kubernetes Operators (and 2 Reasons Not To)

Pixie Blog

blog.px.dev

The next Pixie KubeCon EU talk is starting soon!

@oazizi from Pixie and @matthewleray from @Speedscaleai are teaming up for their talk, "Reproducing Production Issues in your CI Pipeline Using eBPF". 🐝

https://t.co/yaQeNwO5ns