As the containerization market skyrockets, with DevOps and continuous delivery as its jet fuel, organizations are trading one set of problems for another. Containers are rapidly shifting from a fringe technology to mainstream IT tool. One of the big drivers for containers' rapid rise in popularity is the ease with which they can be spun up and down. Clearly, the more that container sprawl takes hold of IT environments, the bigger the monitoring black hole organizations will start to face. If Docker users fail to address this issue, they'll find themselves engaged in a game of diminishing returns with containers.