Eric D. Schabell: Trajectory 2022 - Shifting Cloud Native Observability to the Left (slides)

Thursday, November 10, 2022

Trajectory 2022 - Shifting Cloud Native Observability to the Left (slides)

Today I presented at the online event known as Trajectory 2022, a virtual conference. It's a conference is about exploring how development, engineering, and product teams are modernizing software development and delivery.

I'm sharing the slides here of my talk that touched on one of my favorite topics, how the promise of DevOps has led developers down a path that is totally unsatisfying in the cloud native world.

Let's take a look at the slides I used, shall we?

The event was online and I presented today at 14:45 ET, which was pretty late for me in Europe. It was a lot of fun and as promised here are the slides I used along with the abstract of the talk:

Shifting Cloud Native Observability to the Left 

The emergence of cloud native environments has changed our platform world. Not only are you coding, but expected to deliver, maintain, and support all aspects of the platform. This change means the Ops in DevOps has been overshadowing why we got into development in the first place. There is hope for us yet if we can just manage to shift left to close the gap in our time spent on non-operational activities. How do we do that, you ask? It’s imperative that developers are given not only the organizational structure to succeed, and even more critical is the ability to reduce time on triaging failures in their deployments. Attendees will be provided with insights into DevOps cloud native tips and tricks to spending more time on projects that matter and less on call. Join us in learning how you can shift left with your DevOps activities to bring more joy to your days.

Key Takeaways

Attendees to this session will gain insights into DevOps and cloud native tips and tricks for spending more time on their projects that matter and less time on call. Real world actionable insights that bring value to their daily roles.

Don't forget to register, you can view the talks for free. Thanks to all who come and asked questions.