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How Splunk Uses Splunk Observability to Monitor Cloud Apps


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Sponsored by SPLUNK

Thursday, June 3, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Splunk’s Observability products are relied upon by hundreds of users worldwide to get 24/7 visibility into their applications. With the launch of Splunk’s Observability Cloud, you now have a chance to see how Splunk operates and monitors cloud applications by using the Observability Cloud.

In this session, you will see how Splunk’s SREs can use the integrated Observability Cloud to perform end-to-end troubleshooting and monitoring, and how the Observability Cloud is integrated with other Splunk products to help get insights faster into how the overall platform is operating.

Join Splunk SRE leaders Ram Jothikumar and Jakub Barc where they will discuss exactly how they keep the Observability Suite running, by using Splunk Observability Cloud to get full insight into every transaction, no matter when or where it happens. In this webinar you will learn:

  • How Splunk uses Splunk’s tools to monitor and optimize performance of a 24/7 application relied upon by users around the world
  • How to use Splunk Infrastructure Monitoring combined with Splunk APM to determine within seconds when issues exist and where exactly in the stack they are occurring
  • How Splunk APM lets Splunk isolate issues to particular customers or regions effortlessly
  • Why Splunk’s Observability Suite is the optimal way to get insight into your application
Ram Jothikumar
Sr. Manager, Cloud Infra, SRE, & QE for Observability - Splunk Inc.
An engineer by trade, Ram loves combining his passion for technology with building top-notch teams to help build high impact and meaningful products. At Splunk, he leads Cloud Infrastructure, SRE & Operations teams that are responsible for building, deploying and operating the web-scale platform that powers Splunk's Observability Products. Prior to Splunk, he was fortunate to have been part of two industry defining tech innovations - around Observability with Real-time Monitoring and no-Sample Tracing at SignalFx (acquired by Splunk), and around Software Defined Networks at VMWare & Nicira.
Jakub Barc
Sr. Site Reliability Engineer - Splunk Inc.
Jakub is a software engineer at heart with a deep passion for solving scalability problems. As an SRE at Splunk, he is responsible for staying on top of our gargantuan traffic growth, and all the lovely challenges it brings. Jakub has a history of working with large scale, hyper traffic, low latency systems with IBM, UBS and Facebook. He like knowing things… especially what happens with his infrastructure.
Greg Leffler
Observability Practitioner Director - Splunk Inc.
Greg has been breathing Observability for his entire career, starting in a NOC role with eBay Advertising, before jumping to SRE at LinkedIn. While at LinkedIn, Greg was responsible for operating and scaling some of the busiest services and also took on scaling the people side of the equation by architecting their SRE hiring process and working as a Senior Manager. Greg also has editorial experience, serving as Editor at Large on LinkedIn's editorial team where he pioneered the use of video to reach engineers. Now at Splunk, Greg is responsible for telling the world about Observability and the world-class Splunk Observability Cloud.

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