Engineering orgs have two stake holders to satisfy: you want happy customers, who pay the bills, and happy engineers, who should be freed from too much toil and tech debt. @lizthegrey talking us thru the o11y maturity model
Observability is critical to high performing teams over the entire software development life cycle.
🐝 operational resilience
🐝 quality code
🐝 predictable releases
🐝 managing complexity and tech debt
🐝 user insights
(full model here https://www.honeycomb.io/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Framework-for-an-Observability-Maturity-Model.pdf …)
Side note, I heard @kelescopic refer to these as "reverse panels" and I am charmed by that idea. I always feel like panels are a waste of time; like, most people's advice isn't that interesting, or so vague as to be practically useless.
Nobody is gonna give real talk in public.
I have always said I would be way more interested in discussing the topic with five members of the audience drawn at random, than listening to a panel of self-styled experts. And that's effectively what this is!
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