Observability is your Best Friend

With the rapid pace at which apps and services are being built in 2021, observability has become a non-negotiable must-have for your systems or services that are the backbone for your business. Along with key business metrics that help feed and drive business requirements and decisions, observability and key performance and availability metrics help make technical decisions to ensure maximum uptime, excellent performance and problem areas of focus.

Let’s start with what is observability and how do you get it implemented across your organisation and what are the considerations.

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In the World of CHAOS

In the World of CHAOS

As businesses continue to go digital and with evolution of devices and high-speed internet, the end-user expectations are continuing to increase. With several critical digital infrastructure now moving on to the internet, ensuring these systems remain highly available and resilient to failure is a given for every new system and application design.

If you belong to the world of Performance Engineering or are part of any digital technology delivery, you will have heard of the new terminology called “Chaos Engineering” being thrown around. Let’s get ourselves introduced to this new term and what to expect.

Chaos Engineering is the discipline of experimenting on a system in order to build confidence in the system’s capability to withstand turbulent conditions in production.

https://principlesofchaos.org/
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Consulting – What’s that like?

It’s been about two years at my first consultancy in my decade-old career and “I’m Lovin’ It!”.

Having started my career with a bank and after working my way up the chain for almost a decade after which I thought I was done. At that point I knew I wanted to do something different. But then came along a small to mid-sized testing services consultancy. I didn’t know what to expect. What kind of clients will I have? What do I need to prepare for? How will I manage constantly changing expectations and environments?

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