The State of Observability
November 15, 2021
Hall B

With the acceleration of scale and complexity in distributed architectures, the pressure to understand when and where there was abnormal behavior, identify why it occurred, quickly fix it, and prevent similar issues from happening in the future is rapidly growing.

Here is where observability comes into play. Observability gives you an inside look at what's happening in your distributed system, empowering you to understand what is slow or broken and what you can do to improve performance, from pre-production to deployment.

In this talk, we will explore the future of observability and the upcoming observability trends. We'll introduce you to the three pillars of observability (metrics, traces, and logs) and show you how you can use them to make your system more observable.

And finally, we'll explain how you can make observability actionable and scalable for your team by using OpenTelemetry (an open-source project and a member of the CNCF).

Michael Haberman
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Michael Haberman
Co-Founder & CTO
Michael Haberman
Michael is the Co-Founder and CTO of Aspecto, a distributed tracing platform. After serving as a software developer in an elite unit in the Israeli Intelligence branch, Michael worked with a few startups on building and scaling their microservices infrastructure. Prior to co-founding Aspecto, he was the Chief Architect at Playbuzz. In his free time, Michael also lectures and conducts workshops on microservices at conferences.

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