The fifth of our OpenObservability Talks has Michael Haberman, CTO & Co-Founder of Aspecto.
There's a lot of discussion on how to achieve observability in microservices. Most of the discussion revolves around production workflows such as granular monitoring or debugging of complex environments.
A much less discussed aspect is the development stage, before even reaching production. In this talk we will discuss the challenges of microservices environments, and how to leverage tracing for pre-production purposes such as improving your tests, understand dependencies and more.
Michael Haberman is a veteran in the microservices space and brings significant experience as a software architect and a consultant. Michael shared his experience on achieving observability in microservices environments in general, and during development stages in particular, with some useful tips on how to solve production issues, before they reach production.
This was first streamed at https://www.twitch.tv/openobservability on October 29th and the full video is available at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLKOtaBdQAJVRJqhJDuOlPg
The live recording of the OpenObservability talks is the last Thursday of each month, and you can join us on Twitch or YouTube Live.
Links Shared in the recording:
A new open source project: Promscale, An analytical platform and long-term store for Prometheus, with the combined power of SQL and PromQL