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Enabling SREs to Streamline Service Delivery With Advanced Monitoring


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Sponsored by AWS & moogsoft

Thursday, July 29, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Businesses are aggressively modernizing their infrastructure to accommodate digital transformation. Much of this has been enabled by migration to the cloud, where services like AWS have made infrastructure available within seconds. To capitalize on this, companies are adopting DevOps practices and culture to increase the speed at which software services are delivered to their customers. The emergence of Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) practices also provide new ways of thinking about how to build resilient systems, keeping customer satisfaction front-of-mind.

In this webinar, you will learn how AWS, Moogsoft and Datadog: 

  • Accelerate delivery and rapidly deploy new services 
  • Provide the reliability your business demands
  • Ensure that services are observable throughout your applications’ layers
  • Help you to balance innovation and availability of your services
  • Improve operational efficiency through automation and AI-based observability

Increased speed of value flow without risk? Embrace the joy!

Richard Whitehead
Chief Evangelist - Moogsoft
As chief evangelist, Richard brings a keen sense of what is required to build transformational solutions. A former CTO and technology VP, Richard brought new technologies to market and was responsible for strategy, partnerships and product research.
Richard served on Splunk’s Technology Advisory Board through their Series A and, more recently, co-chaired the ONUG Monitoring & Observability Working Group. Richard holds three patents and is considered dangerous with JavaScript.
Bobby Hallahan
Senior Specialist Solutions Architect - AWS
Bobby Hallahan is a senior specialist solutions architect on the AWS Observability team. He is passionate about helping customers find innovative solutions to difficult problems. He works with AWS customers to help them meet their observability goals. During his tenure at AWS, Bobby has supported enterprise customers with their mission-critical workloads.
H. “Waldo” Grunenwald
Tech Evangelist - Datadog
Waldo is a tech evangelist for Datadog, which normally means that he gets to travel, meet people and advocate on their behalf. He is a recovering SRE and operations engineer, has been active in the DevOps community for quite some time, and is keen on helping organizations stop hurting themselves. Despite being a raging introvert, he enjoys public speaking. In his spare time, he enjoys collecting hobbies that he doesn't have the time to engage in. He hates writing about himself in the third person, and aspires to one day be a better bio writer.

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