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Operational Awareness and Performance Tuning For Anchore – Part 1: Architecture and Metrics

Operational Awareness and Performance Tuning For Anchore – Part 1: Architecture and Metrics

In the first set of posts in this series, I will walk through how to evaluate and tune your Anchore deployment for better image analysis performance. To do so, we’ll discuss the actions Anchore Engine takes to pull, analyze and evaluate images and how that is affected by configuration and deployment architecture. We’ll also point out how you can get metrics on each of these functions to determine what you can do to improve the performance of your deployment.

The progression of my passion about technology from the early days of my career in unix/linux operations, through development and engineering work, to joining Eucalyptus and Ansible always followed an arc of interest and curiosity. I was always looking to expand my understanding of infrastructure and platform development but also looking for environments that encouraged growth and learning. I was fortunate to have that in the past and I feel extremely fortunate to be able to continue this at Anchore.

Why I Joined Anchore – David Federlein

Why I Joined Anchore – David Federlein

Hi, my name is David Federlein and you may remember me from such companies as Ansible/Redhat, Eucalyptus and Digital River. I am extremely excited and happy to announce I’ve joined Anchore as the Director of Customer Success.

The progression of my passion about technology from the early days of my career in unix/linux operations, through development and engineering work, to joining Eucalyptus and Ansible always followed an arc of interest and curiosity. I was always looking to expand my understanding of infrastructure and platform development but also looking for environments that encouraged growth and learning. I was fortunate to have that in the past and I feel extremely fortunate to be able to continue this at Anchore.