Best Practices for AWS Monitoring

For many organizations, AWS is central to their ability to compete effectively in today’s digital world. Ensuring the reliability of the applications that power their business can be an important competitive differentiator that requires a robust observability strategy.

In this webinar, you will learn observability best practices that can help you best leverage your AWS data. Experts from AWS and Sumo Logic will discuss:

  • Achieving a unified view of your AWS environment, inclusive of logs, metrics and traces
  • Finding anomalous behavior or interesting patterns with your logs and metrics to troubleshoot more effectively
  • How to future proof your observability strategy

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About the presenters:

Michael Riordan, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Sumo Logic

Michael is a senior product marketing manager at Sumo Logic. Before Sumo Logic, he worked as a PMM at forward-looking technology companies Axon and Fastly. When he's not helping organizations undergo digital transformation, Michael enjoys watching reality TV and collecting vintage clothes.

Greg Ziemiecki, Senior Technical Product Manager, Sumo Logic

Greg is a Product Manager with close to 15 years of experience in IT half of it being in a Product Management role. His experience includes SIEM, monitoring, and Network Management products in the Telco space. Nowadays in Sumo, he’s working in the observability area looking at how to provide best-in-class out-of-the-box insights into our customers' cloud infrastructure. In his free time, he enjoys mountain hiking and playing chess.

Gabriel Costa, Senior Partner Solutions Architect, AWS

Gabriel Costa is a Senior Partner Solutions Architect. He works with Software and Consulting partners in their AWS partnership journey and building effective Cloud solutions for customers with a focus in management and governance tools and observability inside AWS. Outside work Gabriel is a tech enthusiast, avid musician and a lover of all things art, philosophy and human collaboration.

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