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Tali Soroker
Tali studied theoretical mathematics at Northeastern University and loves to explore the intersection of numbers and the human condition. In her free time, she enjoys drawing and spending time with animals.

The Dark Side of Java Production Monitoring

Automated workflows are the new gold standard for delivering top quality products in an agile environment. Unfortunately, with constant change, comes constant risk. Enter Observability, a measure for how well the internal states of a system can be inferred from its external outputs. It’s the ability to know how applications operate in production.

In this session, we’ll cover:

  • The basics of Observability in Java applications
  • How to adopt this practice in your workflow
  • More about metrics, logging, monitoring, and reliability

This isn’t just about monitoring your system, it’s about understanding it as a whole.

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