You’ll hear from observability leaders like Gene Kim, award winning CTO and author of The Phoenix Project, Spiros Xanthos, VP of Observability Products at Splunk, and other observability leaders on how they’re managing complexity and enhancing developer productivity. Followed by an exclusive look at Splunk’s new Observability Cloud and the latest innovations that will help you conquer complexity and succeed in the cloud.
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In the past year, we’ve seen a massive shift to cloud infrastructure and containerized applications as organizations accelerate their digital and direct-to-consumer initiatives. With this shift, IT and DevOps teams are now wrestling with operational complexity and the need to collaborate quickly across development teams. This complexity is compounded by an abundance of monitoring tools that have blind spots, siloed data and disjointed workflows, which are ultimately slowing organizations down. Today, a new approach to monitoring is required - observability. Join VP of Product Management, Spiros Xanthos and customers like Rappi, to learn about Splunk’s unique approach to observability, latest innovations and how you can conquer complexity at any scale.
Velocity is the name of the game and research gives us great insights into what separates high-performing organizations to those still trying to emerge from the early challenges of DevOps adoption. High performing organizations are twice as likely to exceed profitability, market share, and productivity goals. The importance of improvement in flow and velocity are well documented and tangible. In this talk we explore the impacts of complexity and poor visibility on teams and organizational velocity. We will then apply the Five Ideals to these challenges to help guide you and your teams to Better Value, Sooner, Safer, and Happier.
The new breed of CNCF observability (o11y) projects such as OpenTelemetry come with the promise of unified telemetry and ingestion across signals, from logs to metrics to traces. When developing containerized microservices, as a developer, you cannot afford to fly blind, that is you need to understand what happens across the request path and, in times of increasing shift-left, being able to deal with metrics and logs alike. In this talk AWS will review good practices around using o11y tooling in the context of application modernization and migration use cases in Amazon EKS and we will show an example pipeline in action, using Splunk Infrastructure Monitoring and Splunk APM.
Building and running cloud-native services unlock breakthroughs in speed and new innovation, but they add complexity to both infrastructure and application architecture. Observability, when done right, helps your SRE and development teams cut through that complexity to react quickly to problems and continuously improve performance. In this session, we will walk you through Splunk’s Observability in-action. We’ll show how you can spot problems in your services, dig into their underlying cause, and get performance in real-time.
Need a break after all the amazing O11y Day sessions? Join us for a Mixo11ygy Class — this one-of-a-kind experience is open to all but the first 200 registrants will receive a special SWAG kit complete with top-notch ingredients to mix up a Tulum Margarita, a snack, and a surprise. Stick around and have some fun with Splunk!