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After analyzing Distributed Traces over more than 15 years Brian and I thought that everyone in software engineering and operations must be satisfied with all that observability data we have available. But. Maybe Brian and I were wrong because we didn’t fully understand all the use cases - especially those for developers that must fix code in production or need to quickly understand what code from somebody else is really doing without having the luxury to add another log line and redeploy on the fly. To learn more about the observability requirements of developers we invited Liran Haimovitch, CTO at Rookout and now part of Dynatrace, who has spent the last 7 years solving the challenging problems that developers face day and night. Tune in and learn about what non-breaking breakpoints are, how it is possible to "debug in production" without impacting running code and how we can make developers lives easier even though we push so many things "to the left"
After analyzing Distributed Traces over more than 15 years Brian and I thought that everyone in software engineering and operations must be satisfied with all that observability data we have available. But. Maybe Brian and I were wrong because we didn’t fully understand all the use cases - especially those for developers that must fix code in production or need to quickly understand what code from somebody else is really doing without having the luxury to add another log line and redeploy on the fly. To learn more about the observability requirements of developers we invited Liran Haimovitch , CTO at Rookout and now part of Dynatrace, who has spent the last 7 years solving the challenging problems that developers face day and night. Tune in and learn about what non-breaking breakpoints are, how it is possible to "debug in production" without impacting running code and how we can make developers lives easier even though we push so many things "to the left" leer más leer menos

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