Go fit perfectly inside containers, you can ship apps as tiny images on k8s, distributing them across the globe. Gianluca will show how InfluxData debugs containers running on Kubernetes to allow sysadmins and developers to troubleshoot and replicate issues using core dump, debuggers, and logs. Go applications are perfect to be run inside a container. You can build a single binary, a tiny Docker image and you can ship them on your Kubernetes cluster. A successful production environment requires stability and simplicity, it needs to be easy to troubleshoot and operators need to be able to get all the information developers will need to fix a bug. During this talk, Gianluca will share what influxData is doing to allow developers and system administrator to work together, understanding problems running live at scale on Kubernetes and how to escalate them down to Software Engineer using logs, delve, gdb, core dumps, and traces to replicate and fix issues.