What Observability Means for Python Developers
Date: Thursday, March 19th at 11:00am PT / 2:00pm ET
Our software is more complex than ever: applications must be reliable, predictable, and easy to use to meet modern expectations. As developers, this means our responsibilities have grown while the things we can control have stayed the same. In order to better understand our systems and create truly modern software, we need observability.
This webinar will walk through what observability means for Python developers and how to achieve it in our systems with the least amount of work.
Join this webinar for:
- a useful definition of observability
- an understanding of observability’s benefits for developers
- a practical starting point for implementing observability
About the presenter:
Katy Farmer, Developer Relations Manager, LightStep
Katy lives in Oakland, CA with her husband and two dogs (at least one of whom talks to her about fun, technical stuff), but has lived in lots of places from East Coast to West Coast. She loves to experiment with code, break stuff, and try to fix it. Over the years, she's been an editor, juice bar barista, IT technician, and manual laborer, so she's learned to fail and try again in a lot of industries. Ask her about Ruby, OOP, Go, video game development, Russian Literature, Star Wars, Dragon Age, or chord progressions--she'll be your friend right away.