Abstract: In this talk, we’ll explore the motivations, benefits, and hurtles many groups encounter along the way as they launch and develop an Observability practice. With a focus on framing outcomes and benefits, we’ll make a case for Observability that is more root in people and culture than in libraries and line protocols.
Speaker Jason brings 20 years of operations and systems engineering experience to the team as a Customer Architect. He has worked in a variety of roles in fields ranging from marketing technology to high-frequency finance. He loves helping teams make their systems and platforms more humane to deploy, operate, and reason about. He’ll happily talk with you about wine, dogs, or how observability is a requirement for the reliable operation of modern systems.
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