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Articles & News
The (in)famous Corey Quinn of Last Week in AWS recently graced the website of Monitoring Weekly and wrote this gem on a new/old concept: Observerless.
Mark Carter, Product Manager for Stackdriver, talks to Software Engineering Daily about monitoring, tracing, observability and everything in between.
In other words, they traded an invoice large enough to give most CFOs a heart attack for a complexity level high enough to give most SREs a heart attack. Then again, the team managing their ES stack is probably larger than most of our entire SRE teams.
For you Icinga folks in the crowd running distributed multi-master setups, I think you’ll find this one quite useful.
I honestly didn’t expect this: the .NET runtime has some pretty good observability built into it. This article explores a whole bunch of it and it’s actually pretty great (if you’re running .NET applications, that is).
Need a bit more k8s and Prometheus in your life? Here’s a new well-written walkthrough.
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See you next week!
– Mike (@mike_julian) Monitoring Weekly Editor