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EP #13: Open Source Observability With Michael Hausenblas of AWS· Annerieke Kortier34 min listen
Michael is currently part of the open source observability service team at AWS. Listen to the podcast to learn why and how AWS chooses to support open source observability solutions such as Grafana, Prometheus and OpenTelemetry.
What Is Telemetry and Why Is It Important?· Annerieke Kortier3 min read
Telemetry is a system designed to retrieve information from components on your network so you can better understand how they’re working. Find out more about telemetry and how it can work in your favor.
The Ultimate Guide to Telemetry21 min read
Telemetry data can give you amazing insights into the health and state of your system. No wonder it’s one of the most important data sources for observability.
6 Ways Topology-Powered Observability Gives Back Time to Your Organization· Andreas Prins6 min read
How can you make observability data more actionable, so that you can boost productivity and free up time to focus on application development? In this blog post, Andreas explains how topology-powered observability can help.
The AIOps Journey by NN Bank: Driving Business Performance With Observability in Financial Services· Sander Vijfschagt6 min watch
In this video, Sander Vijfschagt, Scrum Master at Nationale Nederlanden Bank, explains why the team decided to use StackState to gain better visibility from the volumes of data coming out of monitoring solutions such as Splunk.
5 Takeaways From StackState Customer Reviews on G2· Toffer Winslow3 min read
In this article, our CEO Toffer Winslow discusses the 5 key takeaways from the great customer reviews we received on technology review website G2. Again, a big thanks to our customers.
New StackPod Episode: OpenTelemetry - the Future of Observability?· Annerieke Kortier3 min read
For our latest StackPod episode, we invited StackState senior engineer Melcom van Eeden to talk about OpenTelemetry: What is it and is it the future of observability?
Happy Customer Appreciation Day!· Mohamed Elnemr3 min read
Today is Customer Appreciation Day! Thanks so much to all of our customers. You are the reason why we’re here. In this blog, we’d like to take the opportunity to thank you not just for your business, but for how great you are to work with.
Win Free Tickets for ONUG Spring Conference1 min read
Join StackState at the Meadowlands Expo in New Jersey on April 27-28 to learn the latest tips and tricks on how to operationalize your Multi-Cloud network and remove roadblocks for success.
EP #12: What Is OpenTelemetry and Is It the Future of Observability? With Melcom Van Eeden of Stackstate· Melcom van Eeden43 min listen
For our latest episode, we invited StackState engineer and #otel enthusiast Melcom van Eeden to share why he's so excited about OpenTelemetry and why he thinks it's the future of observability. Enjoy the podcast!
How to Use OpenTelemetry for Troubleshooting a Serverless Environment with StackState· Melcom van Eeden14 min watch
In this video, StackState software engineer Melcom van Eeden explains how you can use StackState to leverage the power of OpenTelemetry for better, more efficient troubleshooting in a serverless environment.
How to Use OpenTelemetry to Troubleshoot a Serverless Environment with StackState· Melcom van Eeden12 min read
For effective observability, OpenTelemetry is our knight in shining armor! In this in-depth article, StackState software engineer Melcom van Eeden explains how to use OpenTelemetry to troubleshoot a serverless environment using StackState.
Win a Big Green Egg Grill at the ONUG Spring Conference (27 - 28 April)!· Jelisaveta Kusic3 min read
Are you joining ONUG’s Spring Conference 2022? Join our PoC to learn why topology-powered observability is a smoking hot topic and win a smoking hot Big Green Egg!
Where are Monitoring Tools Headed? Help from 'Innovation Insight for Observability' by Gartner®· Andreas Prins3 min read
We believe now is a great time to look into the Gartner report “Innovation Insight for Observability" and explore observability as a promising approach for augmenting your existing monitoring capabilities. Here are our key takeaways.