Gaining Observability to Monitor Microservice Applications

Date: Thursday, July 11th at 11:00am PT / 2:00pm ET

Microservices are beneficial for scalability, but they’re difficult to manage. Their constant change blocks conventional APM tools from the necessary visibility to fix problems. In this brave new world, observability is critical to properly managing performance.

Join us for a live APM Leaders Webinar on July 11th to discuss the importance of visibility for managing microservice performance.

  • Learn why microservices are so difficult to monitor and manage
  • Understand the current methods for making microservice applications observable
  • See best practices for monitoring microservices with real-world examples

Register now!

About the presenters:

Chris Farrell, Marketing Director at Instana

Chris Farrell has been working in high tech for over 25 years, with almost 20 years in Application and IT Monitoring. As the first Product Management Director at Wily Technology, Chris helped launch the APM industry in 2000. Since then, Chris has led Marketing or Product Management for several APM and Systems Management companies. With BSEE and MBA degrees from Duke University, and experience as a ThinkPad Software Engineer and Manufacturing Engineer at IBM, Chris brings a unique perspective that includes a cross-section of both business and technical insights

Hugh Brien

Hugh Brien has been working in the Enterprise Application Performance space for the past 15 years. He has been a top sales engineer Wily Technology, CA APM and AppDynamics. He earned his B.A from the Virginia Military Institute and M.S. Naval Postgraduate School and is a Naval Aviator and Veteran. He has two great kids and drives a Dodge Demon because raw horsepower can be just as fun as performance.

Date: 07/11/2019

Time: 11:00am PT

Duration: 1 hour

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