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In this episode, Abby introduces our new Head of Product for LogStream, Nick Tankersley and the two discuss what’s ahead for LogStream futures. Including an exciting new application we are working on that will allow users to customize and enhance their LogStream environments. What You’ll Learn Why LogStream is doing something new in the observability […]
In this episode of the Stream Life, Abby Strong and Nick Heudecker discuss sprawling monitoring and observability environments as many have pursued the promise of a single pane of glass of nirvana, which usually isn’t what happens in reality.
In this episode of the Stream Life Podcast, Rachel Perkins taps into the deep expertise of Ed Bailey, Cribl Community member and a veteran of the large-scale data analytics and logging industry as he talks about the challenges of serving up the data and tooling needed to satisfy his internal customers, and how he can’t imagine […]
In this episode of the Stream Life Podcast, Abby and Clint are together again to give us an update on a brand new adventure for Cribl – our first open source project called AppScope. Another first-principles-based innovation here at Cribl. AppScope is effectively a black box view into any Linux binary. What You’ll Learn: Why […]
In this episode of the Stream Life Podcast, we welcome Rachel Perkins and Steve Litras from Cribl to talk about how much the role of a logging and data wrangler has changed over the years, and how Cribl LogStream helps modern Data Ops/Engineering teams meet challenges head-on by giving them control over the data they’re […]
In this episode, Abby is joined once again by Nick Heudecker to talk about their data & observability predictions for 2021. It’s all centered around security budgets and breaches, customer satisfaction, and revenue and infrastructure costs. What You’ll Learn: How to define observability Why cybercrime is a key reason data is growing exponentially Why an observability pipeline is […]
In episodes one and two, we dove into why Cribl exists and how LogStream fits into the Observability ecosystem. Now we have Clint back again to give us an update on the availability of LogStream Cloud. What You’ll Learn Why observability in the cloud is an option The difference in LogStream Standard versus Enterprise How LogStream Cloud simplifies […]
In this episode, we are starting to talk about the shift from isolated monitoring applications to holistic observability and the machine learning data pipeline. This discussion with former Gartner analyst Nick Heudecker is the beginning of an ongoing topic which we will continue to discuss in future episodes so stay tuned for more! What You’ll […]
Observability is the ability to create a view into systems so you can monitor their state from outside the system itself – or in other words, the ability to answer questions you may not have planned for in advance – everything from “What did this user do yesterday?” to “how did the application perform?” and […]