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PANEL DISCUSSION

Panel: Observability and Understandability

This panel will feature experienced practitioners who have worked in the engineering teams of Google, Facebook, Dropbox. & MongoDB. They are all now working at startups focused on helping engineers improve their ability to reduce downtime and customer-impacting failures. Hear from this panel on their unique approaches and preferred methods to get impactful results - incident management, distributed tracing, and chaos engineering - we'll cover these topics in detail.


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Jason Yee

Director of Advocacy @Gremlin

Jason Yee is Director of Advocacy at Gremlin where he helps people build more resilient systems by learning from how they fail. He also leads the internal Chaos Engineering practices to make Gremlin more reliable. Previously, he worked at Datadog, O’Reilly Media, and MongoDB. His...

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John Egan

CEO and Co-Founder @Kintaba

John Egan is CEO and cofounder at Kintaba, the modern incident response and management product for teams.  Prior to Kintaba, John helped to lead enterprise products at Facebook.

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Ben Sigelman

CEO and co-founder @LightStepHQ, Co-creator @OpenTracing API standard

Ben Sigelman is a Cofounder & CEO at Lightstep, a company that makes complex microservice applications more transparent and reliable. He is an expert in distributed tracing and also co-founded the OpenTelemetry project.

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Session Observability

Resources & Transactions: A Fundamental Duality in Observability

Tuesday May 18 / 09:00AM PDT

Fundamentally, there are only two types of “things worth observing” when it comes to production systems:Resources, andTransactionsThe tricky (and interesting) part is that they’re entirely codependent. “Transactions” are the things that traverse your system and...

Ben Sigelman

CEO and co-founder @LightStepHQ, Co-creator @OpenTracing API standard

Session Incident Management

More More More! Why the Most Resilient Companies Want More Incidents

Tuesday May 18 / 07:00AM PDT

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CEO and Co-Founder @Kintaba

Session Observability

Observing and Understanding Failures: SRE Apprentices

Tuesday May 18 / 08:00AM PDT

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Principal Site Reliability Engineer @Gremlin

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