Observability workshop with @benny_hfm day 1 is in the books. What a fantastic group today at #AgileTD!— Abby Bangser (@a_bangser) November 3, 2019
After a day benefiting from observability in our app, tomorrow we will be exploring what it feels like in a less observable version. 🦄😍
SSH and string logs anyone? 😈
- What do we Observe?
- How do we observe?
- How do you know what to observe?
- Is observability applicable for every type of system?
- I'm a tester, so would this be useful for me or is it just for SRE's and ops teams?
Observability, short and sweet:— Charity Majors (@mipsytipsy) November 26, 2019
- can you understand whatever internal state the system has gotten itself into?
...just by inspecting and interrogating its output?
...even if (especially if) you have never seen it happen before? https://t.co/0HslcUKoOQ
Monitoring is your bank telling you you're overdrawn.— Liz Fong-Jones (方禮真) (@lizthegrey) February 21, 2020
Observability is the ability to tell you're running out of money because you're spending too much money on chocolates, cakes and sweets because you've recorded data on what you spent your money on throughout the month. https://t.co/kQcvlUWqqV
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