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Taking DevOps to the Next Level: Your 5-Step Guide to Monitoring Nirvana


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Sponsored by influxdata

Thursday, June 24, 2021
11 a.m. ET
DevOps Monitoring sets a pre-emptive framework for delivering customer satisfaction and meeting SLAs — without having to switch to firefighting mode and an interrupt-driven approach every time issues occur. While massive shifts and emerging trends in the tech landscape are pushing the boundaries of what constitutes DevOps Monitoring — whatever perspective you adopt — a DevOps monitoring architecture that delivers sustained stability and agility is essential, beginning with gaining visibility through instrumentation and data collection. But how do you gain observability efficiently and quickly in a way that’s measurable and scalable? To answer that question, InfluxData distilled our learning from hundreds of our customers into a simple 5-step process. What are the 5 steps to DevOps monitoring nirvana, and where does your company stand on each? Join us in this webinar to find out.
Samantha Wang
Product Manager - InfluxData
Samantha Wang is currently a Product Manager at InfluxData. She is currently responsible for data acquisition at InfluxData including Telegraf. Previous to InfluxData, she worked in product and engineering roles at Gracenote (a Nielsen Company) and Verizon. Samantha holds a degree in Industrial & Systems Engineering from the University of Southern California (Fight on!).

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