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Running applications in containers is an increasingly popular way of maintaining large, distributed stacks that change based on demand. The Java VM heritage makes it an ideal language for container-based infrastructures. With many moving parts and components, monitoring Java applications in containers requires planning and choosing the right tools to monitor the aspects that matter to you.
There are five components of a monitoring stack worth considering. I’ll briefly cover the first two and point you in the direction of useful resources that cover them, and then I will focus on the last three in detail.