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March 17, 2020
As software development moves faster and architecture becomes more complex, teams also need to understand what’s happening with their systems more quickly than ever before. The golden signals are an excellent starting point but are by no means an end-all-be-all observability solution. So, how are modern site reliability engineers and development teams looking past the golden signals and basic monitoring metrics for truly observable, customer-focused services?
Jonathan Schwietert, Splunk Cloud Platform SRE, sits down to talk about all things reliability and observability with Chris Riley, DevOps Advocate at Splunk. Listen as they discuss what it takes to design and build observable systems and keep focused on positive customer experiences. In this on-demand webinar recording, you’ll learn:
How to identify your golden signals: While everyone tends to think of the golden signals as the standard of monitoring, learn why it’s more important to focus on customer needs (Hint: Your important metrics might not be the same as Google’s)
The definition of observability and its three pillars: Understand what observability truly means to DevOps, IT and SRE teams and identify the three pillars to help guide you toward observable applications and infrastructure
About Splunk’s core tenets of SRE: Learn from Jonathan Schwietert about his journey into SRE with VictorOps and now Splunk’s cloud team. Then, see how (and why) the team defined their four core tenets of SRE
Questions to ask yourself when architecting observable services: Let us help you identify crucial, customer-minded questions to ask yourself and your team when approaching monitoring, observability and overall site reliability engineering
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