GOTO Night: Live Observability and Logging for Modern Software Systems - Humio

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This meetup is all about what works when it comes to logging and observability of modern software systems. We will dive deep into how logging can improve the observability and resilience of your system, followed by a neat case study demonstrating the key concepts.

Venue/Host: Trifork Amsterdam

Costs: Free of charge
Speakers: Peter Mechlenborg (Humio) and TBD
Food & refreshments included

18:00 Welcome & Food
18:30 Short Intro
18:45 Live Observability Made Easy: Logging for Modern
Software Systems
19:30 Short break
19:45 Case Study
20:30 onwards, ending with drinks and snacks

Talk 1 - Live Observability Made Easy: Logging for Modern
Software Systems

Making software systems observable is critical importance for today’s modern software systems. Observable systems is what enables good monitoring and alerting, so developers can efficiently diagnose and fix production problems or even discover failure situations before they turn into big production issues. And one of the central pillars to achieve this is logging.
But making logging actionable and effective for live system observability requires being able to search, analyze and visualize all of that data instantly.
In this talk, Peter will discuss how to utilize logging for live observability and live demo use cases, using Humio as an example, for developers, IT, and security operations teams.

Bio: Peter Mechlenborg
Peter is a software developer at Humio working on making the next generation of log-management tools for DevOps teams. He has 10 years of experience doing backend software development as well as operating these systems. Peter holds a Msc degree in computer science from Daimi (Aarhus University).

Talk 2 - Case Study: A bleeding-edge cryptocurrency platform

In this talk, Peter will detail an interesting Humio case study: The bleeding-edge cryptocurrency platform, We are BLOX (