Session Name: Open Source for Better Observability
In the cloud-native era systems are getting ever more dynamic and complex. With containers and microservices architecture, monitoring, understanding, and troubleshooting systems are more challenging than ever before. The open-source community has risen up to the challenge and delivered solutions that fit the modern environment. Open source solutions such as Kubernetes, Prometheus, and the ELK stack have gathered massive adoption with developers and DevOps engineers, who also carry this skillset between companies and grow the adoption. In this talk, I will talk about observability and recommend open-source tools to help you achieve it in your environment.
Horovits lives at the intersection of technology, product, and innovation. With over 20 years in the tech industry as a developer, a solutions architect, and a product manager, he brings a wealth of knowledge in cloud computing, DevOps, big data, and more. Horovits is an avid advocate of open source software, open standards, and communities. Horovits is an advocate of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), an organizer of the CNCF Tel-Aviv meetup group, a podcaster at OpenObservability Talks, and a blogger, among others. Currently working as a principal developer advocate at Logz.io, Horovits evangelizes on Observability in IT systems using popular open sources projects such as ELK stack, Prometheus, Grafana, Jaeger, and OpenTelemetry.