Observability is the ability to understand what's happening within a complex system by gathering data from various sources, including logs, metrics, traces, and more. However, the term can be confusing and difficult to implement effectively. In this session, we will demystify observability by discussing its core principles and best practices for efficient monitoring. Specifically, we will focus on how Azure Monitor can help you achieve complete observability across your applications and infrastructure. We will cover topics such as data collection, visualization, alerting, and incident response, providing practical tips and tricks along the way. By the end of this session, you will have a clear understanding of how to use Azure Monitor to achieve effective observability and proactively address issues before they impact your users.
Pedro Sousa is a Microsoft Azure MVP, a public Speaker and a Azure Tech Lead. With almost 30 years of experience in IT, managing infrastructures ranging from small mission-critical to 1000+ user organizations. In the last few years, Pedro has worked in DevOps practices and as a Cloud Architect, leading teams to design and implement solutions across the Microsoft and AWS stacks, focusing on Cloud-first or hybrid scenarios. With a passion for Technology, he is always looking for the next big thing because cloud is candy store and it never stops evolving!
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