Today we’re talking to Itiel Shwartz, Co-Founder and CTO at Komodor. And we discuss how Komodor tracks changes across the entire Kubernetes stack. How to surround yourself with people more talented than you, and how to facilitate open and transparent communication in your teams.
All of this right here, right now, on the ModernCTO Podcast!
To learn more about Komodor, check them out at https://komodor.com
About Itiel Shwartz:
CTO and co-founder of Komodor, a startup building the next-gen troubleshooting platform for Kubernetes. Worked at eBay, Forter, and [email protected] developer. Backend & Infra developer turned ‘DevOps’, an avid public speaker who loves talking about infrastructure, Kubernetes, Python observability, and the evolution of R&D culture.
Today’s microservices systems are complex, distributed and they are constantly changing. Keeping track of so many moving parts in so many places often seems impossible.
That’s where Komodor steps in. Komodor is the missing piece in your DevOps toolchain, a Kubernetes-native troubleshooting platform that tracks all changes across your entire K8s stack analyzes their ripple effect, and provides you with the actionable context you need to troubleshoot efficiently and independently.