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Automated Deployment Monitoring with Lightstep and Codefresh


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Sponsored by LIGHTSTEP & codefresh

Thursday, July 23, 2020
1 pm EDT

Today’s development environment demands fast iterations and frequent deployments. How do you know if the changes that you’re making to your microservices are having the desired impact on your end-users? With Codefresh and Lightstep, you’re able to more quickly, more accurately, and more confidently ensure that any commit and build results in a better experience for your end-users.

Join us for this live workshop where you’ll learn:
  • how to easily set up continuous delivery of your code with Codefresh
  • how to measure the performance impact of a deployment in Lightstep (both free accounts!), and
  • how to use Lightstep and Codefresh together to automatically trigger rollbacks based on performance data

You’ll also learn how to easily add custom instrumentation with OpenTelemetry. Join us for the workshop and see how easy it is to make your deployments observable!”

This webinar is the second installment in a series. See ‘Detect, Debug, and Deploy’ for Part 1. 

Solution Architect - Codefresh
Guy specializes in the fields of DevOps, Cloud Computing, Kubernetes, Containers, CI/CD, Web/Mobile Testing, Networking, and Infrastructure. Guy shares his technical knowledge by speaking at conferences and Meetups around the world in addition to publishing DevOps-focused blog posts and delivering online webinars.
Eric O’Rear
Developer Marketing - Lightstep
Eric wants to help developers make their observability dreams come true.

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