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Observability-as-Code: Go Faster with Automation Using Terraform and Splunk


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Sponsored by SPLUNK


Observability is required to gain actionable insights from today’s distributed and complex cloud-native systems. Are observability practices in your organization repeatable and collaborative? Traditional approaches to configuring monitoring assets, such as dashboards and alerts through UI, point-and-click systems, lead to siloed processes, limited ability to continually improve alerts in different environments and drift in best practices.

In this webinar, we will discuss how to consistently implement observability practices across different teams in your organization. We will show you how to provision monitoring assets using Terraform Providers alongside infrastructure and applications to achieve consistent observability and effective collaboration.

Kate Hymers
Staff Sales Engineer - Splunk
Kate Hymers is a staff sales engineer at Splunk and is one of the leading experts in APAC region on Splunk’s new Observability platform. Kate started out her career as a software developer before making the shift to sales engineering. For the past 10 years Kate has worked with market leading vendors for application quality, performance management, and observability. She is passionate about Cloud-Native technologies, DevOps, and the emerging innovation in modern Observability practices.

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