Cortex and Thanos are two brilliant solutions to scale out Prometheus, and many companies are now running them in production at scale. These two projects initially started with different technical approaches and philosophies but, over time, the two projects started to learn from and even influence each other and these differences have been reduced.
Today Bartek Plotka and I gave a talk at PromCon Online about a stronger collaboration we’re building between the Cortex and Thanos community, accelerated by the new blocks storage engine we’re building in Cortex which is based on some Thanos core components.
Curious to learn more? Check out the recording and slides!
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|KubeCon Virtual Europe 2020||Virtual||17 August 2020 until 20 August 2020|
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