With the majority of the workforce working remotely due to COVID-19, DevOps teams are still focused on delivering reliable, performant services. In these challenging times, ensuring that infrastructure and applications are available at their highest level is even more imperative—and worthy of recognition.
We are all in this together, and in the spirit of supporting each other, we are excited to announce our Observability All-Star program.
What is an Observability All-Star?
An Observability All-Star is an engineer dedicated to unleashing the incredible power of machine data–during routine business operations, and periods of crisis.
These engineers helps their organization gain real, end-to-end visibility into their production environment, delivering top performing infrastructure and applications. She or he knows how to use the right tools at scale, to correlate between metrics and logs, and to effectively identify and resolve issues quickly!
Think you have a story worth sharing, or know a colleague or industry peer who fits this bill? Nominate them today!
All submissions will be reviewed by our Product and Marketing team and our Developer Relations advocates.
Observability All-Stars will then be announced monthly, and will receive recognition on the Logz.io blog, the Inside Logz.io newsletter, social media and more. We may also ship a number of All-Star recognition packages in the mail!
We encourage recipients to share their recognition on social media as well.
Any engineer effectively using cloud observability solutions to monitor, troubleshoot and secure production issues at scale.
Check back here frequently, as a new All-Star will be recognized regularly on our blog! At the end of 2020, we’ll highlight all All-Stars, sharing their stories, photos and other inspiring information.
Completely free for 14 days, no strings attached.