Making Time for Instrumentation and Observability

Jack Yeh
Jack Yeh
Sep 13, 2020 · 5 min read
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How are the numbers looking?

Is your code instrumented today?

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Forget about logs. Focus on metrics first.

Imagine a person going on diets and exercising routines:

“But we are too busy to spend time on measurements!”

“Ok, but how many steps are there?”

“How long will this effort take?”

Conclusion

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Jack Yeh

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I monitor your full stack deployment in production, so you can sleep at night. Docker | Kubernetes | AWS | Prometheus | Grafana

TeamZeroLabs

Sharing concepts, ideas, and code for modern development

Jack Yeh

Written by

Jack Yeh

I monitor your full stack deployment in production, so you can sleep at night. Docker | Kubernetes | AWS | Prometheus | Grafana

TeamZeroLabs

Sharing concepts, ideas, and code for modern development

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