Learn About Observabilities
Observability For Developers
This guide provides the means to measure your current level of observability practice and how to get to the next level. It goes into detail about not just why, but how you can implement observability as an integral part of your development process and culture.
This guide discusses the history, concept, goals, and approaches to achieving observability in today’s software industry, with an eye to the future benefits and potential evolution of the software development practice as a whole.
Embedding Observability Into Your Engineering Culture
How can you create a safe culture that enables engineers to learn, try, and test? The data unlocked by observability is a powerful tool for your engineering teams, but it's the people and the culture that will be the real force for transformation.
Infographic 2020 Observability Maturity Survey Results
Research findings show a strong link between observability capabilities and production excellence. We found that advanced observability tooling and practices go hand-in-hand with achieving better outcomes for engineering teams, the services they provide, and the customers who use their products.
Observability Helps You See What Looks Weird
In this conversation for The New Stack Makers, Majors discusses a number of themes relating to observability and monitoring, as well as how she continues to make herself a better developer.
Ep #19, Giving Observability a Name with Shelby Spees of Honeycomb
In episode 19 of O11ycast, Liz and Charity speak with Shelby Spees of Honeycomb. They discuss Shelby’s diverse engineering background, onboarding developers to observability, and putting people above metrics.
Developing a Culture of Observability
Observability gives engineers insight into how their systems function and how users experience the resulting services; it allows you to answer questions that you didn't anticipate having to ask.
Ep. #9, High Performance DevOps with Jez Humble
In episode 9 of o11ycast, Charity and Rachel sit down with Jez Humble, Co-Founder and CTO of DevOps Research and Assessments (acquired by Google since this session was recorded), to discuss DevOps security and how a team's culture relates to their success.
Ep. #2, Observable DevOps with Christina Noren of CloudBees
In episode two of O11ycast, Rachel and Charity are joined by Christina Noren, Chief Product Officer for CloudBees, to look at the ways both the development life cycle and the role of the developer have evolved.