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Eric is Chronosphere's Director Technical Marketing & Evangelism. He's renowned in the development community as a speaker, lecturer, author and baseball expert. His current role allows him to coach the next generation of technical marketers & evangelists helping the world to understand the challenges with cloud native observability. He brings a unique perspective to the stage with a professional life dedicated to sharing his deep expertise of open source technologies and organizations. Follow on https://www.schabell.org.

O11y Guide – Bringing Monoliths into the Cloud Native World

This is the fifth article in the series covering my journey into the world of cloud native observability. If you missed any of the previous articles, head on back to the introduction for a quick update. After laying out the groundwork for this series in the initial article, I spent some time in the second article sharing who the observability players are. I also discussed ...

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O11y Guide – Keeping Your Cloud Native Observability Options Open

This is the fourth article in the series covering my journey into the world of cloud native observability. If you missed any of the previous articles, head on back to  the introductio for a quick update. After laying out the groundwork for this series in the initial article, I spent some time in the second article sharing who the observability players are. I also ...

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O11y Guide – Who are the Cloud Native Observability Players?

The first article in this series covered how developers have to deal with more than just code in a cloud native world. It shared a look at cloud native observability (o11y) and touched on what the three pillars are versus the three phases of observability. This second article takes you out onto the playing field where you need to understand who the ...

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O11y Guide – Your First Steps in Cloud Native Observability

While I’ve been evolving the stories I’m telling for some time from developer audiences towards architecture audiences, one thing that caught my eye has been the complexities of cloud native environments. The complexer the solution architecture, the more need for simple ways of sharing how successful organizations work at cloud native scale.  Along with the journey into cloud native architectures, ...

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JFall 2022 – Sharing Cloud Data and DevOps Insights

It’s been a few years since I’ve dropped in on this event, having moved on a bit from the topics they were discussing in my daily work. This year it’s different, I have some interesting ideas I want to try out and this is a perfect venue for it. It’s a one day event on November 3, 2022. Below the ...

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Cloud Data – FinOps is the crucial Ops

The daily hype is all around you. From private to public cloud, multi-cloud, and even hybrid cloud, you’re overrun with information telling you this is the path to your digital future. To complicate matters while you are contemplating these choices, you are expected to keep up your daily tasks of enhancing customer experiences and agile delivery of those applications. Wrapped ...

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Portfolio Architecture Examples – Data Engineering Collection

For a few years now we’ve been working on a project we have named Portfolio Architectures. These are based on selecting a specific use case we are seeing used in the real world by customers and then finding implementations of that case using three or more products from the Red Hat portfolio. Figure 1: The portfolio architecture process This basic premise ...

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Portfolio Architecture Examples – Retail Collection

For a few years now we’ve been working on a project we have named Portfolio Architectures. These are based on selecting a specific use case we are seeing used in the real world by customers and then finding implementations of that case using three or more products from the Red Hat portfolio. Figure 1: The portfolio architecture process This basic premise ...

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