February 14th, 2024 - 1:30 PM EST / 10:30 AM PST

Moving Observability Left: Troubleshooting for Developers

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As distributed and cloud-native systems grow in complexity, they also bring new opportunities to rethink software development approaches. Join us for the 'Moving Observability Left' webinar to discover how OpenTelemetry can help with debugging methods, without requiring code changes, and facilitate application monitoring and performance analysis. 

This session is designed for developers, DevOps, and development teams who want to proactively address and resolve issues in their code without changing it and get a more contextual view of their deployments. We will explore tools and approaches for proactive software deployment, allowing for early detection and resolution of potential issues. Discover how integrating observability into the early stages of the development lifecycle can: 

  • Significantly enhance code quality 
  • Reduce downtime
  • Improve overall team efficiency
Meet your host:
DeveloperSteve Coochin
With over 30 years of experience, DeveloperSteve is a seasoned tech veteran renowned for cultivating vibrant developer cultures worldwide. As a Tech Evangelist and Advocate, he fervently promotes open-source software and actively shares knowledge to foster global developer communities. DeveloperSteve is dedicated to helping developers debug and troubleshoot effectively, all while leveraging technology to address pressing societal and topical challenges.
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Orr Weinstein
Orr has spent the last two decades building products in various development and product management roles. Orr has previously worked as a Product Manager at Google and Spot.io and a Senior Product Manager at Amazon Web Services (AWS). Orr has also worked as an MBA Intern at Amazon and Software Development Lead at RAM Engineering. Orr Weinstein served in the Israel Defense Forces as a Senior Software Developer from March 2005 to September 2010. Orr Weinstein has a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business, a Bachelor's Degree in Economics and Management from The Open University of Israel, and a degree in Computer Software Engineering from IDF School of Computer Science (Mamram).

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