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Observability, Monitoring and Analytics: The New Necessary


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Monday, September 20, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Interest in observability is rising as organizations recognize the need to provide their IT teams with more context in troubleshooting issues. Increased adoption of microservices-based applications is, in many cases, forcing the observability issue, as the dependencies that exist within such applications are too complex to manage without some level of observability. Cloud-native architectures also are spurring organizations to take a long, hard look at their observability, monitoring and analytics capabilities.

This topic spotlight focuses on what’s driving a need for comprehensive observability and ways in which organizations can benefit most from observability, monitoring and analytics.

Nico Krüger
Senior Director of Solutions Engineering - Rollbar
Nico is the Senior Director of Solutions Engineering at Rollbar, the leading continuous code improvement platform. He has spent over 13 years working with companies around the world to improve their software development lifecycle focused on quality critical applications. His passion is helping teams deliver quality products to market faster.
“Do what you love and love what you do!”
Josh Hendrick
Senior Solutions Engineer - Rookout
Josh is Rookout's Senior Solutions Engineer. He loves discovering new tech and has worked across a wide range of technology companies. He's lived in Hong Kong, Sydney, New York and has traveled all over Europe and Asia. In his free time, you'll find him practicing Tai Chi, playing guitar and producing music.
Bahubali (Bill) Shetti
Director of Cloud Solutions - VMware
Bahubali (Bill) is a Director of Cloud Solutions at VMware focused on Tanzu Observability. Bill has spent his previous 5 years at both AWS and VMware in pursuit of managing applications in a new multi-cloud world. Application for Bill means the new unit of measure on the cloud, which can run on VMs, containers, or serverless. However, he’s always advocating for use of cloud services in building and scaling the app. Services such as Tanzu, AWS, GCP, Azure, and other cloud services. He’s happiest writing code in a coffee shop, trying out new tools and concepts that are increasing developer efficiency. He loves fixing his house (former life as a contractor) as a side hobby.
Jonathan Campos
Senior Product Marketing Manager - Splunk
Johnathan is part of the Observability Practitioner team at Splunk, and is here to help tell the world about Observability. Johnathan's career has taken him from IT Administration to DevOps Engineer to Product Marketing Management. In addition to Observability, Johnathan's professional interests include training, DevOps culture, and public speaking.
Stephen Walters
Solution Architect - xMatters, an Everbridge Company
Stephen works as a Solution Architect for xMatters, an Everbridge Company, providing a Service Reliability Platform for integrating and orchestrating better, faster Incident & Defect Management for Critical Event Management in enterprise scale corporations. He has extensive expertise with Business and IT Strategy alignment, design and implementation of Software Development Lifecycle Frameworks, including CMMI, ITIL, TOGAF, SCRUM, SAFe & DevOps.

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