Video: What does “cloud native observability” mean, anyway?

Featuring

Martin Mao
Martin Mao

Co-Founder and CEO

Martin is a technologist with a history of solving problems at the largest scale in the world and is passionate about helping enterprises use cloud native observability and open source technologies to succeed on their cloud native journey.

He’s now the Co-Founder & CEO of Chronosphere, a Series C startup with $255M in funding, backed by Greylock, Lux Capital, General Atlantic, Addition, and Founders Fund. He was previously at Uber, where he led the development and SRE teams that created and operated M3. Previously, he worked at AWS, Microsoft, and Google.

He and his family are based in the Seattle area, and he enjoys playing soccer and eating meat pies in his spare time.

Jeff Cobb
Jeff Cobb

Global Head of Product & Design

Jeff Cobb is Head of Product. He listens to Chronosphere’s users, focuses product priorities, and guides us toward lovable software. Jeff started his career in software development and moved into product management along the way.

He loves early-stage startups– Wily Technology, Qumulo, LiveStories, Chronosphere. Jeff joined Chronosphere because the founders have lived the problem that they are now solving for everyone else. Jeff sings bass and lives with his wife, three sons, and a dog. It is loud at his house.

Ian Smith
Ian Smith

Field CTO

In this clip, we sit down with the Chronosphere executive team to explore cloud native observability as a methodology, approach, and organizational change. Learn the true meaning behind the term, how poor cloud native observability affects your business, and what to look out for in a tool.