Profiler is the another important aspect to optimize your application in terms of observability and leveraging it gives you more power for performant applications. This talk will introduce how you can improve the performance with profiler and how you can expand it for longer term improvement. More About What Was Presented Profile is the fundamental

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Liz is a developer advocate, labor and ethics organizer, and Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) with 16+ years of experience. She is an advocate at Honeycomb for the SRE and Observability communities, and previously was an SRE working on products ranging from the Google Cloud Load Balancer to Google Flights. More About What Was Presented SRE

Keynote: Liz Fong-Jones – Tradeoffs on the Road to ObservabilityRead More »

Grafana is already the gold standard for open-source metrics visualization. But metrics are only one part of a full Observability strategy. What about logs and traces? More About What Was Presented “In this talk we’ll review some of the functionality that makes Grafana so useful for visualizing metrics and learn about the work done over

Ronald McCollam – Full Observability with GrafanaRead More »

2019 had an announcement for a new open-source project called OpenTelemetry. It would be a wider and deeper project with many promises. But what is this OpenTelemetry project, why the buzz, and how does it affect enterprise software delivery? More About What Was Presented As enterprises lean into DevOps, CI/CD, and cloud technologies, it becomes

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Maintainer of OpenTelemetry JS introduces the core concepts of Distributed Tracing and Observability, OpenTelemetry, and how you can get started tracing your application using currently available open-source technologies. More About What Was Presented As the industry shifts from monoliths to microservices, runtime interdependencies are moving more and more to the network layer. This has advantages

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More About What Was Presented Toast has an Android app serving a highly diverse set of users and transactions. How do we make the app and devices observable with high cardinality for specific transactions and actions that are business-critical in addition to the overall observability of the Toast mobile app ecosystem? Toast combines internal innovation

Lucy Monahan – Observability in Android AppsRead More »

On April 6th, Dave McAllister will be presenting ‘Seeing RED: Why Multi-dimensional Monitoring Matters’ at Observe 20/20 VIRTUAL. More About What Was Presented RED (Rates, Errors, Duration) monitoring has demonstrated its applicability in any services-based architecture. With RED, your architecture is watched from multiple dimensions. You receive headache AND anomaly alerts. This monitoring and deep-dive,

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In this talk, you will learn to apply observability principles to a company moving from legacy infrastructure to a modern solution. You will learn how making a system observable helps to go beyond the traditional role of monitoring and provide business insights, forecasting, and moreover – value. More About What Was Presented “In this talk,

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Mark, a core committer to OrbitDB, will be discussing “Advanced Telemetry for Interplanetary Systems” at Observe 20/20 VIRTUAL conference on April 6th. More About What Was Presented Mark will give us an intro about why IPFS-based distributed data is important for highly scalable and reliable systems. We’ll learn about how peer-to-peer systems and strong eventual

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