Learn CNCF projects with Whitney and her lightboard ⚡️
May 23, 2022
Is Observability really just logging, metrics, and distributed tracing? Are we done? Mission accomplished? Can we go home for the week even if it is just Tuesday? You can often hear about the “Three Pillars of Observability” but having access to logs, metrics, and traces does not necessarily mean more observable systems. In this session, you’ll learn what Observability is, what problems the three pillars solve, what problems they generate, and how deep the rabbit hole goes behind them. We will explore the basics of the three pillars and what Spring has to offer to implement them. We will also talk about how to take your system to the next level, and what else you can find in Spring and related technologies to look under the hood of your running system.
Jonatan Ivanov is an enthusiastic Software Engineer working in the Spring Engineering Team. He is one of the leaders of the Seattle Java User Group, a speaker, an author, and a certified dragon trainer. He has hands-on experience in developing and shipping innovative, production-ready software for industry-leader companies. He likes distributed systems, production, open source, math, Linux, and cloud environments, and he is passionate about the Java Ecosystem and the Java Community. He is an Open Source contributor, writes a “develotters”-focused blog, and sometimes he can be found on Twitter (@jonatan_ivanov) and in the Seattle area, but he is originally from Hungary.
Whitney is a full stack developer who enjoys understanding and using tools in the cloud native landscape. Creative and driven, Whitney recently pivoted from an art-related career to one in tech. She is active in the open source community, especially around CNCF projects focused on developer productivity. You can catch her lightboard streaming show ϟ Enlightning on Tanzu.TV. And not only does she rock at tech - she literally has toured playing in the band Mutual Benefit on keyboards and vocals.