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Unlocking the Power of Observability: Engineering Practices for Success with Toli Apostolidis

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Are you frustrated with your team's ability to troubleshoot issues in production despite their proficiency in pushing out new builds? The root of this problem may lie in the absence of Observability Driven Development.
In our latest episode we are joined by Apostolis Apostolidis (also known as Toli) who - as Head of Engineering Practices at cinch - has spent his past years enabling teams to adopt the easiest path to value. He is passionate about DevOps and has a strong opinion on how to educate engineers on "Consciously Instrumenting Code for good Observability".
Tune in learn more about good engineering practices, building internal communities of practice, the benefits of traces over metrics and logs and why we need to start adding observability to our CVs and LinkedIn profiles.
Here are all relevant links we discussed in this episode
Tolis Website: https://www.toli.io/
Tolis LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/apostolosapostolidis/
Toli on Twitter: https://twitter.com/apostolis09/
WTFisSRE Talk on DevOps Meets Service Delivery: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLrx0BCMl0Y
GOTO talk on EDA in Practice: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wM-dTroS0FA
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Are you frustrated with your team's ability to troubleshoot issues in production despite their proficiency in pushing out new builds? The root of this problem may lie in the absence of Observability Driven Development.
In our latest episode we are joined by Apostolis Apostolidis (also known as Toli) who - as Head of Engineering Practices at cinch - has spent his past years enabling teams to adopt the easiest path to value. He is passionate about DevOps and has a strong opinion on how to educate engineers on "Consciously Instrumenting Code for good Observability".
Tune in learn more about good engineering practices, building internal communities of practice, the benefits of traces over metrics and logs and why we need to start adding observability to our CVs and LinkedIn profiles.
Here are all relevant links we discussed in this episode
Tolis Website: https://www.toli.io/
Tolis LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/apostolosapostolidis/
Toli on Twitter: https://twitter.com/apostolis09/
WTFisSRE Talk on DevOps Meets Service Delivery: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLrx0BCMl0Y
GOTO talk on EDA in Practice: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wM-dTroS0FA
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