The live broadcast of our first Tech Field Day is over. We presented to a respected group of delegates about the shift that’s been taking place in our market as enterprises adopt increasingly complex systems – whether that be microservices, serverless, or other technology. It was a great discussion with lots of interesting questions.
LightStep Moving Away From Monoliths with Ben Sigelman
LightStep [x]PM Overview with Dennis Chu, Director of Product Marketing
LightStep Satellite Architecture with Spoons, CTO and Co-founder
LightStep Rethinking Observability with Ben Sigelman, CEO and Co-founder
Here’s what we covered:
- Market Overview: Ben Sigelman, CEO and Co-founder (@el_bhs)
The good reasons why our market is moving away from software monoliths, the pain that organizations are feeling, and the problems they need to solve as a result.
- LightStep [x]PM overview: Dennis Chu, Director of Product Marketing and Ben Sigelman
We’ll demonstrate how LightStep [x]PM provides clear guidance and answers to application performance management challenges in today’s complex distributed systems.
- LightStep Satellite Architecture: Spoons, CTO and Co-founder (@save_spoons)
Almost everything novel and interesting about LightStep only works because of our unique architecture. We’ll step through what’s different about it and explain why we needed a new design to deliver the most innovative aspects of [x]PM.
- Rethinking Observability: Ben Sigelman
Contemporary dogma about “Observability” centers on “the three pillars”: metrics, logging, and tracing. We agree that these are all important ingredients, but we see company after company check those three boxes and remain dissatisfied – what are they missing, and what’s a better way of thinking about the problem and solution space?