In episode 47 of o11ycast, Liz Fong-Jones speaks with Gibbs Cullen of Chronosphere. Together they compare the roles of product managers and developer advocates, and discuss the phases of outcome-based observability.
Ep. #47, Outcome-based Observability with Gibbs Cullen of Chronosphere
SEDNA’s Product Team Reduces Reliance on Internal Team Knowledge with Honeycomb
SEDNA's Product team wanted to consolidate and bring consistency to their monitoring and alerting. Incident response relied too much on team-member's knowledge, and that didn't work so well when they went on vacation. Consolidating all that experience inside a reliable tool like Honeycomb, that resolved long-standing tickets which helped customers and unburdened the team, was the result SEDNA needed.
The Socio-Technical Path to High Performing Teams - With Animation
We are far behind where we should be as a profession when it comes to how much of our effort is wasted on work that doesn't move the business forward, and this is in large part because our ability to understand our systems is so wretched—and we don't even know it. Charity Majors shares how observability tools and culture fix that blind spot and allow team to innovate on the right work for the right people—their users.