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Pixie vs Lagoon: What are the differences?

Pixie: Instant Kubernetes-Native Application Observability Using EBPF. It gives instant, programmatic and unified access to application performance data and signals without needing to change code, configure manual GUIs or move data off-cluster Application-developers, Platform/Infra engineers and DevOps/SREs use Pixie to efficiently run a wide range of analyses.; Lagoon: A build and deploy system - from local Docker to Kubernetes in production. It solves what developers are dreaming about: A system that allows developers to locally develop their code and their services with Docker and run the exact same system in production. The same Docker images, the same service configurations and the same code.

Pixie and Lagoon can be categorized as "Container" tools.

Some of the features offered by Pixie are:

  • Dynamic Logging
  • Service Health
  • Infra Health

On the other hand, Lagoon provides the following key features:

  • Docker
  • CI/CD
  • Kubernetes

Lagoon is an open source tool with 366 GitHub stars and 117 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Lagoon's open source repository on GitHub.

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What is Lagoon?

It solves what developers are dreaming about: A system that allows developers to locally develop their code and their services with Docker and run the exact same system in production. The same Docker images, the same service configurations and the same code.

What is Pixie?

It gives instant, programmatic and unified access to application performance data and signals without needing to change code, configure manual GUIs or move data off-cluster. Application-developers, Platform/Infra engineers and DevOps/SREs use Pixie to efficiently run a wide range of analyses.

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Docker Swarm
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