Observability is critical for any application. Polyglot microservices-based applications, hosted on ephemeral environments such as containers and serverless technologies, make it increasingly important to have the right tools, frameworks, and processes to understand application behavior, performance, and health. Done correctly, Observability helps reduce Mean Time To Resolution (MTTR) when troubleshooting complex problems, and can help improve customer satisfaction. Whatever your role - developer, cloud operator, or business person - you need to be able to visualize, inspect, and comprehend telemetry data. AWS offers a variety of services and options to help you gain comprehensive Observability of your applications, whatever the environment. In this session, we will show how you can implement Observability for your .NET applications with logs, metrics, and traces, unlocking your ability to build better systems and increase operational efficiency. You will learn AWS best practices for implementing Observability with services including CloudWatch, X-Ray, Amazon Manager Service for Prometheus (AMP), Amazon Managed Service for Grafana (AMG), and AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry.
OPEN TALK: Observability in the Cloud
Imaya is a Senior Solution Architect focused on Observability. He is passionate about Monitoring and Observability and has a strong application development and architecture background. He likes working on distributed systems and is excited to talk about micro-service architecture design. He loves programming on C#, working with Containers and Serverless technologies.