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Observability and system monitoring
25/10/2023 / 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Observability and system monitoring.
The data, the new raw material.
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The next Wednesday, October 25 You have an important appointment to learn to value that information is also power in the field of systems. On this occasion, with the help of our colleague Fernando Simon, we will understand the importance that companies give to investing in system monitoring and observability testing.
What is this 101 PanelTechDays about?
«The price of light is less than the cost of darkness» (Arthur C. Nielsen)
Under this premise, our colleague, Fernando Simón, starts to talk to us about the importance that it currently has for large and medium-sized companies, to be able to have information from their website/application at all times, in order to minimize availability times and improve performance.
To do this, we will talk about observability and monitoring tests, which are essential to guarantee the effective, safe and reliable operation of the systems. They provide critical information that allows organizations to detect, diagnose and resolve problems more efficiently, optimize performance and plan for the future. Additionally, they are essential to meet regulatory requirements and ensure the security of systems and data.
Obtaining information in real time through monitoring our systems, being able to act early to solve systematic failures and even predicting them before they occur, will facilitate a quick and effective response that will minimize losses for the company.
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The person in charge of offering us this talk is ...
My name is Fernando Simón and I work in OI1 of Panel, in the SQA and Testing area.
Knowing the why of things led me to study Physics in Madrid, and this, together with the search for quality, turned me into both functional and automatic QA, and consequently to observe how the systems responded after uploads to production.
I define myself as a calm person, going to the mountains seems vital to me to disconnect from the world. I think that the ability to know what is going to happen is not available to everyone, but if you have the right tools you can have a first approximation.
If you want to learn how to detect an error or anticipate its occurrence, identify what to analyze and how to predict errors, and use data as the new raw material, I will be happy to share what I know with you.