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Introduction: Need to conquer complexity at scale? Looking for visibility and control across your all your business services, apps and infrastructure? Curious about how other organizations are using data-driven insights to ensure performance and availability, while shipping software more quickly and reliably?

Join us for one or more of these Observability Sessions to learn how to stay ahead of these challenges and help drive business success. Can't make the date/time? Sign up anyway and we'll send you the recording afterwards.

A New Approach for Observability in Kubernetes Environments

Date/Time: Thursday 9th June, 11am BST / 12pm CEST

While Kubernetes abstracts away many infrastructure complexities enabling IT and cloud operations teams to move faster and scale efficiently, it also introduces new operational and monitoring challenges. Cloud operations and SRE teams grapple with challenges in monitoring dynamic and ephemeral containerized environments. According to the latest CNCF survey, monitoring and complexity are the top inhibitors in Kubernetes adoption. Applying traditional approaches to monitoring in cloud-native environments doesn’t work.

A new, multidimensional approach is needed to gain observability and real-time monitoring. Learn how Splunk is helping IT and cloud operations teams successfully navigate through the complexity that Kubernetes brings.

Registration is now Closed

Join this webinar to:

  • Understand challenges in monitoring Kubernetes orchestrated workloads
  • Learn how to achieve real-time observability into Kubernetes deployments
  • See a demo of Kubernetes Navigator, a turnkey solution to understand and manage performance in Kubernetes environments

Real Talk with eBay: How Do You Deliver Always-On Services Given Rising Complexities and Demands

Date/Time: Tuesday 21st June, 10am BST / 11am CEST

Join our session to hear Josh Atwell, Sr Technology Advocate for Splunk, speak with Randy Shoup, VP of Engineering for eBay, about the growing challenges organizations currently face when working to deliver world-class digital services and customer experiences. The conversation will explore the impacts of growing complexity for both development and operations, as well as the increased demands for stronger alignment between these groups and business stakeholders.

Real Talk with eBay: A Review of the Future of Development and IT

Date/Time: Thursday 23rd June, 10am BST / 11am CEST

Join part-two of our session with Randy Shoup, VP of Engineering for eBay and Josh Atwell, Sr Technology Advocate for Splunk as they discuss the future for development and IT operations organizations given the present availability of more capable tools and methodologies. The conversation will explore the outcomes today’s technology professionals can anticipate in an environment better equipped to deliver the highest levels of business performance, minimized downtime, and world-class digital service and user experiences.

State of Observability 2022: Earning Its Seat At The Table

Date/Time: Thursday 7th July, 10am BST / 11am CEST

This year’s global ‘State of Observability’ report published by Splunk and ESG Research, reveals that IT leaders’ investments in observability have driven notable improvements in areas such as digital experience, and multicloud adoption. Still a relatively new discipline, observability has continued to gain ground since our first report in 2021; and analysts now advise that it is to be considered a solid aspect of modern IT, rather than just a fleeting fad.

Mature observability practitioners already agree, reporting 69% better MTTR for unplanned downtime/degradation. On top of this, they see the average cost of downtime associated with business-critical internally developed applications being 10X lower than those seen by observability beginners ($2.5 million versus $23.8 million)!

This fireside chat will cover the key findings from this latest report, explore the benefits of observability, and shine a light on the future associated challenges. Join us to learn:

  • Observability maturity levels across Europe
  • Key findings on observability benefits and negative outcomes
  • Why observability is critical for multicloud environments
  • How multicloud and observability impacts skill requirements, cost of downtime, and customer satisfaction
  • How observability increases innovation
  • Top recommendations for a successful observability strategy

Our Speakers

  • Alex Afflerbach - IT Markets Strategist at Splunk
  • William Cappelli - DevOps Sales Specialist at Splunk
  • Stéphane Estevez - EMEA Director of Product Marketing, Observability at Splunk