In this talk I will briefly review what observability is and why old paradigms break when dealing with microservices. Then I'll give you my favorite tips to help you achieve a better understanding of your microservices architecture.
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Observability for Microservices: practical advice
Alex is the Platform Engineering Lead at On the dot where he employs cloud native solutions to solve technical challenges. Previously he worked as a Devops Consultant helping companies adopt modern ways of dealing with infrastructure. Alex recently discovered a new love for developing video games and working on electronics projects, but his favorite thing is still Italian food.