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Dynamic Observability: The Quest for Real-Time Data in Cloud-Native Applications


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Sponsored by Rookout

Wednesday, October 27, 2021
11 a.m. ET

Application observability is significantly evolving as organizations demand more flexibility in the way they monitor and observe their applications. Due to the distributed and cloud-native nature of their apps, engineers are demanding more from their observability toolchain to ensure their applications continue to work flawlessly.

Those demands mean the need for real-time data has become essential. Dynamic observability takes this a step further. Not only can developers ask real-time questions about what’s happening with a running system, but they are also able to get real-time answers.

In this talk, we’ll dive into what dynamic observability is, discuss why it’s important and cover how it’s reshaping the way developers find and solve software issues in their applications. Ultimately, we’ll show you how dynamic observability is the best option for helping your team make better and more informed decisions to resolve issues faster.

Oded Keret
VP of Product - Rookout
Oded is Rookout's VP of product. He's an experienced software engineer and product manager. Oded is a true believer in having fun while working together. He is also the founder of the Board Games in Tel-Aviv Meetup group, and Co-Founder of The Party™ team.
Sharon Shechner Sharlin
Director of Product Marketing - Rookout
Sharon is Rookout’s Director of Product Marketing. She comes from the Cyber and Dev Tool domain, tailoring commercial stories out of the technology jungle. In her free time, she practices Yoga and tries to not take life too seriously.

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