Observability Roundtables with Liz Fong-Jones and friends

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Our first Observability Roundtable went so well that we're doing it again, this time in San Francisco. We're excited that Blameless will join as our co-sponsor. Members of the Blameless team will join the discussions, and we are excited to have their reliability-focused perspectives.

Most importantly, we’re excited to host you! In these Roundtables, you're the expert and we want to hear from you. Come with your learnings, ideas, and questions. Each table will have a dedicated topic under the umbrella of Observability Maturity, moderated by Liz and friends!

There will be snacks. There will be Blameless. There will be Honeybees. And most important, there will be you! In the spirit of bringing the hallway track forward, register to join us and claim your seat. Bring your teammates and colleagues.

What to Expect

6:00pm: DOORS OPEN Beverages and mingle
6:30PM: Liz Fong-Jones will present an Intro/goal-setting
6:45PM: Observability Roundtables - choose your table/topic
7:45PM: 3 min lightning talks - what did you learn? (an attendee from each group will present results/takeaways from discussions)
8:30PM /meetup

What is a Roundtable?

You come participate as the expert. Bring your knowledge, experience, and questions to the discussion tables. Discussions at each table will be moderated by Observability implementers and users.

What to Bring?

Just you, your ideas and questions, and an open mind. Also bring peers or colleagues who may also be interested.

Who should come?

People interested in embarking on an observability journey, or those who can share their journeys so far.

* observability practitioners
* Senior software engineers
* Junior software engineers
* SREs
* Product Managers
* Operations and those on-call
* if you are migrating from monolith to microservices
* o11y noobs
* the curious

No recruiting. No product pitches. Event open to anyone interested in the practice and power of observability.

*Do you have accessibility needs to participate in this meetup? Reach out to [masked] to discuss so that I can make it happen!