Observability has always been a challenge, but cloud complexity and the rapid pace of change has made it an urgent issue for companies to address.
In the second meetup of this year, Mambu & the AmazingStuff community bring the observability discussion to the table together with tech storytelling and a hands-on experience. Furthermore, secret guests from one of the industry-leading technology companies will join the meetup to share their best practices.
Thursday 11 November, 17:30 - 21:00 UTC
Join us to get inspired, exchange information, and network over some nice drinks and snacks.
Due to the limited availability of seats, early registration is strongly recommended. Only registered and validated participants will have access to the event. The first 50 tickets will receive AmazingStuffPro SWAG.Save your seat
You can also join us LIVE at https://youtu.be/JzoLU6G8RRw
Modern observability in scalable infrastructure
As dynamic systems architectures increase in complexity and scale, IT teams face mounting pressure to track and respond to conditions and issues across their multi-cloud environments. As a result, IT operations, DevOps, and SRE teams are all looking for greater observability into these increasingly diverse and complex computing environments. But what is modern observability? Why is it important, and what can it actually help organizations achieve?
You will be able to find the answer to these questions and many more, from the second meetup of this year which Mambu organizes in association with AmazingStuff.
Event agenda & speakers
17:30 - 18:00: Welcome drinks and snacks
18:00 - 18:20: “Mambu Observability Platform: From Consumers to Owners!”- Martynas Dabašinskas - Principal Engineer at Mambu Lithuania.
Martynas will share his journey of moving Mambu cloud-native platform from single to multi cloud and finally to cloud-agnostic solution enabling Mambu services closer to customers around the globe!
18:20 - 18:30: Q&A
18:30 - 18:50: “How Uber observability platform evolved to deal with scale” - Michail Bredichin - Engineering Manager at Uber, Lithuania.
Michail will present how we approach observability at Uber and how the platform evolved with growth and scale of organisation.
18:50 - 19:00: Q&A
19:00 - 19:20: “Observability Platform Is Not A Free Lunch” - Vytautas Šaltenis - Senior Software Engineer at Uber, Lithuania.
Vytautas will explore the cost of excessive logging and what Uber is doing to take control of utilisation at scale.
19:20 - 19:30: Q&A
19:30 - 19:50: “Operational overhead through the lense of observability” - Martynas Apanavičius - Senior Software Engineer at Uber, Lithuania.
Martynas will deep dive into human and operational impact of observability at scale and what Uber is doing to bring transparency of operational overhead and its impact to engineers.
19:50 - 20:00: Q&A
20:00 - 21:00: Networking, food, and good beer