28 April 2021
Observability sounds like such a fancy word, but what can it really do for you?
Can it prevent bugs or even lower the time required to fix them? Can it prevent a flood of on-call alerts?
Turns out, observability can ensure that your team gets full visibility into the performance of AWS services so you can increase operational efficiency and collaboration across the DevOps teams.
By monitoring AWS solutions, you can automate response actions when things go wrong. So, while it can’t make coffee before a stand-up, observability can improve your experience with AWS. Because defects affect everyone in the development & operations team, it’s not just up to DevOps to save the day!
Don’t miss our new PentaBAR Online: Observability with AWS – No defect shall pass! Learn how observability with AWS really works, from Florian Chazal - Solution Architect at AWS and Catalin Dumitras - Principal Cloud Architect at Pentalog.
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