Advanced Kubernetes Troubleshooting with Open Source Tools

As engineers, operators, and administrators, we grapple with vexing and expensive problems. Support bottlenecks caused by technical language barriers, differing time zones, incomplete information, and other typically minor issues can extend the time between identifying an issue and resolving it by hours or even days. Fortunately, a fully open source toolset available called Troubleshoot can drastically reduce the time between diagnosis and solution.

This lightweight, fully customizable Kubernetes plugin consists of two parts - preflight and support-bundle. Troubleshoot is capable of collecting, analyzing, and packaging the data needed to get and keep your cluster operating at peak functionality. If it sounds too good to be true, just wait - it gets even better.

Join our live lab to see tiny-yet-mighty in action in a live demo, plus the opportunity to learn how to customize troubleshoot components to fit your needs.



Treva Williams


Treva Nichole Williams is a Red Hat certified Linux, OpenStack, & OpenShift sysadmin, instructor, & dedicated Open Source evangelist. Before venturing into the field of online learning, Treva