Wednesday, October 19 | 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PT
How to wrestle your observability data demons and win!
The crazy growth of observability data often outpaces the growth of your applications and infrastructure. Data volume and complexity can quickly grow out of control – reducing system reliability, lengthening remediation time, and increasing costs.
To get data under control, central observability teams and engineers need detailed visibility into data usage, the ability to filter and aggregate data intelligently, and manage high cardinality data without weakening issue detection or query performance.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- About different architectures and methods for ingesting, filtering, and aggregating complex data
- Why Chronosphere’s unique server-side approach is optimally designed for the scale and complexity of cloud native observability data
- How some of the most successful cloud native businesses have reduced data volumes by 42% while improving issue detection and remediation
Eric D. Schabell is Chronosphere’s Director of Technical Marketing & Evangelism. He’s renowned in the development community as a speaker, lecturer, author, and baseball expert. His current role allows him to coach the next generation of technical marketers & evangelists, helping the world to understand the challenges with cloud native observability. He brings a unique perspective to the stage with a professional life dedicated to sharing his deep expertise in open source technologies and organizations. Follow on https://www.schabell.org.
Scott Kelly is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Chronosphere. Previously, he was in product marketing at VMware (via the Pivotal acquisition), where he worked on the Tanzu Observability (Wavefront) team and partner go-to-market efforts for VMware’s Tanzu portfolio with AWS and Microsoft Azure. Before VMware, Scott spent three years in product marketing at Dynatrace. In his free time, you’ll find Scott at his local CrossFit “box,” doing home improvement projects, and spending time with his family enjoying Naples, Florida, where he lives.