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LIVE WORKSHOP: Detect, Debug, Deploy with Codefresh & Lightstep


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Sponsored by codefresh

Tuesday, June 9, 2020
1 pm EDT

In today’s fast-paced and dynamic development environment, minutes matter. 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 easily 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, and
  • how to measure the impact of a deployment in Lightstep (both free accounts!).

You'll also learn how to easily instrument an application with OpenTelemetry in order to view metrics and traces of every request. In addition, you’ll see how easy it is to detect regressions and roll back to a healthy and stable state. You’ll be amazed at how easy it is!

Principal Developer Advocate - Lightstep
Austin Parker has been solving - and creating - problems with computers and technology for most of his life. He is the Principal Developer Advocate at Lightstep and maintainer on the OpenTracing and OpenTelemetry projects. His professional dream is to  build a world where we're able to create and run more reliable software. In addition to his professional work, he's taught college classes, spoken about all things DevOps and Distributed Tracing, and even found time to start a podcast. Austin is also the co-author of Distributed Tracing in Practice, published by O'Reilly Media.
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.

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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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