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ANT330 - Intuit: Moving from monitoring to observability using Amazon ES

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As Intuit moves to a cloud hosting architecture that includes Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), containers, and serverless applications, the company is on an “observability” journey to transform the way it monitors its applications' health. Observability requires correlating logs, metrics, traces, etc., which becomes complex as systems become more distributed. In this session, the company discusses leveraging tools such as OpenTelemetry, Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES), Amazon Kinesis, and Jaeger to build an observability solution, and the benefits this solution provides by giving visibility across the platform, from containers to serverless applications. The company also discuss how it sees observability evolving in coming years.

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300 - Advanced
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