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Webinar: Cloud-Native Observability: Actionable Intelligence for Complex Systems

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Join experts from AWS for guidance on how to architect end-to-end observability for Cloud-Native applications and infrastructure using metrics, events, logs, and traces (MELT) data. You’ll come away with practical methods for establishing baselines and uncovering the “why” versus “what” when things go wrong.

Microservices and Cloud-Native architectures have been a goal for many organizations to increase speed and agility but, as complexity grows, systems become increasingly challenging to observe. When issues occur, they’re often difficult to triage and identify root cause. DevOps teams can also find it difficult to monitor components outside of their control and avoid over-provisioning cloud resources to handle peak capacity.

Join this webinar for guidance on how to architect end-to-end observability for Cloud-Native applications and infrastructure using metrics, events, logs, and traces (MELT) data. You’ll come away with practical methods for establishing baselines and uncovering the “why” versus “what” when things go wrong.

You will learn:

  • How to quickly identify issues and address root causes in complex distributed systems.
  • About best practices for instrumenting observability throughout the application and infrastructure stack.
  • How to optimize for performance while reducing operational cost.
  • How tools from AWS, Sumo Logic and Trend Micro can help you quickly gain visibility into your applications, infrastructure, and organizational risks.

https://pages.awscloud.com/AWSMP-Webinar-MPD-CNS-observability-melt-modern-applications.html

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