Presenters: Chris Bailey
When we look at business value, we often assume that the product we are building, that app which is going to revolutionize the world, that change in the infrastructure of a complex process, will provide endless benefits to users and consumers. What we do not expect are changes which can sometimes have catastrophic effects on customers, and we are sometimes short-sighted in estimating these effects.
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.
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About the Presenter:
Chris Bailey believes that everything should be data-driven and won’t stop relating his hobbies to observability, whether it’s driving race cars, working on his pilot’s license, or convincing his board gaming group to track plays and scores.
He currently works as head of Reliability Engineering at Terazo where he works to create a culture of finding answers to questions that haven’t been asked yet.
He also helps organize DevOpsDays Raleigh and the Triangle DevOps Meetup group, with over 3300 members.
He lives in Durham, North Carolina with his dog, Ferdinand – who also helped write this bio.