A fun week of articles with plenty of variety and hands-on experiences to share. Enjoy! 😸️🌄📈
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An insightful read on incident management and reliability. I really appreciated the extra details such as their workflow diagrams and postmortem reports.
A nifty pattern for dynamic reconfiguration of your CloudWatch Agent when an AWS instance size change is detected.
This is a really good article on competing models for K8s metrics collection, but I can’t help but wonder when the Kubernetes community will push their biases aside and consider the benefits of a push model. -_-
I love the out-of-the-box developer experience from the Autometrics project. Great to see folks thinking about the lifecycle of observability tooling from the application developer perspective.
Although this post is focused more on the security and debugging story around container checkpointing, there are clear implications for the future of Kubernetes observability (imho).
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A couple posts this week from the SkyWalking project blog covering popular AWS services.
A hands-on guide for Kubernetes application monitoring with the Prometheus Operator.
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An excellent logging primer for anyone developing or maintaining Django applications.
This article is pretty hand-wavy on details but serves as a reminder that Observability (and to a greater degree, SRE) can help lead to more sustainable architectures through responsible computing.
We hear a lot about OpenTelemetry these days, but not much about using it on Windows systems. Nice to see this pattern exists.
How to integrate your AWS Fargate serverless apps in Grafana.
“Autometrics is a set of open source libraries that make it easy to understand the performance of your code in production.”
Monitorama is returning to Portland, OR next summer. The 2022 conference was a fantastic event and I look forward to seeing you all again in 2023.
See you next week!
– Jason (@obfuscurity) Monitoring Weekly Editor