Thursday, August 4 | 11:30 AM PT
Observability Today, Tomorrow, and the Future: Cutting Through the Noise
Observability is one of the hottest topics in the industry right now. But what does it mean and how can it help you? As more and more companies adopt cloud-native approaches (microservices, containers, etc), observability has become more critical than ever. With great observability, you can deliver on increasing customer expectations while also reducing operating costs.
In this webinar featuring Forrester Principal analyst Carlos Casanova you will learn:
- What observability is, and how it relates to monitoring and AIOps
- What you should look for in an observability vendor
- How leading organizations are using observability to drive competitive advantage
Carlos Casanova: Carlos serves technology architecture and delivery (TAD) professionals. His research includes artificial intelligence for IT operations (AIOps), digital experience monitoring (DEM), application performance monitoring (APM), infrastructure monitoring, and cloud monitoring. It also involves logging, event alert, and incident management. In addition, Carlos covers observability (including OpenTelemetry and others), automation, infrastructure management, IT asset management (ITAM), and configuration management databases (CMDBs). Carlos’ strong background in a wide array of operational and risk management disciplines gives him a unique ability to provide broad, perspective-based guidance. Carlos is the co-author of The CMDB Imperative and has advised hundreds of organizations across the globe in all industries and sectors throughout his career.
Rachel Dines leads product and technical marketing for Chronosphere. Previously, Rachel wore lots of marketing hats at CloudHealth (acquired by VMware), and before that, she led product marketing for cloud-integrated storage at NetApp. She also spent many years as an analyst at Forrester Research. Outside of work, Rachel tries to keep up with her young son and hyper-active dog, and when she has time, enjoys crafting and eating out at local restaurants in Boston where she’s based.