Pixie Brings In-Cluster Kubernetes Debugging to CNCF

Pixie Brings In-Cluster Kubernetes Debugging to CNCF

In December, observability services provider New Relic acquired Pixie Labs, which offered a Kubernetes in-cluster debugging platform to CNCF. Now the company has opened sourced Pixie under an Apache 2.0 license and has started the process of donating the technology to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (as well as sign on to CNCF as a member).

In December, observability services provider New Relic acquired Pixie Labs, which offered a Kubernetes in-cluster debugging platform. Now the company has opened sourced Pixie under an Apache 2.0 license and has started the process of donating the technology to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (as well as sign on to CNCF as a member).

The company’s ambition for the project is for it to become “the default observability platform, similar to what Prometheus is for metrics and Kubernetes is for container orchestration,” said Ishan Mukherjee, Pixie co-founder and chief product officer, told The New Stack.

In a keynote talk with Priyanka Sharma, general manager of the CNCF, during this week’s KubeCon + CloudNativCon EU, Pixie co-founder and CEO Zain Asgar noted how the project will help to extend observability to help process massive amounts of data with machine learning and in other ways “that hasn’t really happened yet.”

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