Today’s need for speed in software delivery and the always increasing requirements for reliability of software operations require DevOps and SRE teams to find new approaches to be successful.
July 15th, 2021 we will be live on a webinar starting 11AM CEST (GMT+2) to tell you how Observability is a big part of this.
At Digital Architects Zurich, we introduced “The Digital Highway for Continuous Software Delivery” to cope with these challenges and present our customers with the most modern, efficient and reliable software delivery solutions.
One of the key capabilities of The Digital Highway and our Effective SRE Tooling is Observability. We present this deeply in a previous blogpost that you can still refer to for a more in-depth presentation.
In this joint webinar with Splunk, Tobias and Christian will take you through the open source observability framework “OpenTelemetry”. Our speakers will also demonstrate how to leverage OpenTelemetry for monitoring data collection and transport in conjunction with the artificial intelligence and visualisation capabilities of the “Splunk Observability Suite”.
Leveraging OpenTelemetry for Splunk Observability
Thu, Jul 15, 2021 11:00 AM CEST on Zoom
Tobias Sager - Managing Consultant (Digital Architects Zurich)
Tobias Sager is Managing Consultant of Digital Architects Zurich (a part of the Swiss Digital Network). He has over 15 years of experience in performance and capacity management, both as an engineer and as a leader of global teams. He supports organizations on their DevOps journey with knowledge, engineering and solutions for cloud-based and AI-driven continuous delivery, AIOps and Site Reliability Engineering.
Christian Schmitt - Digital Architect (Digital Architects Zurich)
Christian Schmitt is a Digital Architect for Observability & AIOps, Site Reliability Engineering and CI/CD. He has 15 years of experience as engineer, lead architect and trainer for infrastructure/application performance management solutions as well as broad expertise for performance testing and analysis.